It is a foregone conclusion that quarterback Mitchell Trubisky won’t stay with the Buffalo Bills for another season.
He is talented enough to be a starter in the NFL and team executives recognized that fact during the Scouting Combine.
Apparently, the former UNC standout gained more interest among teams than the 2022 quarterback class.
There’s a chance that Buffalo will use one of their late picks to draft one of these play-calling prospects to become Josh Allen‘s backup.
If that’s the case, Trubisky will wear another uniform in 2022 and he’s set to earn way more than the $2 million he got from the Bills last season.
Mitch Trubisky getting paid this offseason? 👀 pic.twitter.com/Vziv3ZfQf4
— theScore (@theScore) March 7, 2022
Sports website theScore speculates, “Mitch Trubisky getting paid this offseason?”
According to their report, “QB Mitchell Trubisky may make $10 million or more annually on a new deal. The Carolina Panthers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Commanders, New York Giants, and Denver Broncos are potential suitors.”
Before these teams hire him, it should be clear what his role will be.
Yes, he is a starting quarterback, but is he good enough to be the franchise signal-caller?
He does have a 29-21 record with the Chicago Bears and led them to two playoff appearances.
Unfortunately, those ended up being one-and-done stints.
The speculated amount he will get is just right given that he is yet to prove again that he’s worthy of a larger deal.
Where Will Mitchell Trubisky Play in 2022?
The Broncos will likely wait on how the coming days will unfold because they have a chance of trading for reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers.
If that does not materialize, they will have Trubisky in their plans.
The Steelers are desperately in need of a legitimate starting quarterback after Ben Roethlisberger retired.
The Panthers and the Commanders are two teams not sold with their current depth under center.
Finally, the Giants might get him to compete with Daniel Jones.