Former Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky has a new home as he signed a deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers with the expectation to start in front of Mason Rudolph and possibly a rookie quarterback.
When Trubisky was introduced to the media for the first time since the signing, he answered some questions about his past. After four years with Chicago after being selected No. 2 overall, Trubisky spent one season in Buffalo in 2021 to learn under Josh Allen and Brian Daboll. And it paid off.
But Trubisky also may have indirectly taken a shot at Matt Nagy when answering one question when asked about what he learned the most from his time in Buffalo. His answer?
“The biggest thing was communication between quarterback and play-caller.”
Now, he didn’t mention Nagy or the Bears specifically, but there’s no secret that the playcalling was a problem in Chicago under the former head coach. Nagy handled the duties for most of his time there and didn’t give it up until he had to.
There was also the report that Nagy blew a meeting off with Trubisky following a season, showing that maybe he really didn’t believe in the quarterback after all. As Nagy is back in Kansas City, Trubisky is getting the chance to prove that he wasn’t the problem in Pittsburgh.
I guess we will find out sooner or later…
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