Returning Home: Mitchell Trubisky Heads Back to Buffalo to Join Josh Allen’s Depth Chart

Mitch Trubisky returns to Buffalo

Mitchell Trubisky, the second overall pick in the 2017 draft, is heading back to Buffalo. After being let go by the Steelers, Trubisky has now agreed to terms to return to the team where he will join the depth chart led by Josh Allen. This news was reported by Mike Garafolo of NFL Media.

Trubisky spent two seasons with the Steelers, appearing in seven games with five starts in 2022 and playing in five games with two starts in 2023. He originally entered the league when the Bears moved up to draft him at No. 2, passing on future stars like Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson in the process.

After serving as Allen’s understudy in 2021, Trubisky had a three-week head start on free agency when he was released by the Steelers. He was quick to agree to terms with the Bills, finalizing the deal just days before free agency began. This move marks Trubisky’s return to Buffalo, where he will once again be a part of the team’s quarterback rotation.

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