Mitch Trubisky hosting workout for Steelers’ skill position players

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Steelers quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is getting the offense together for some extra work this offseason.

Trubisky is hosting fellow quarterbacks Mason Rudolph and Dwayne Haskins, running back Najee Harris and multiple receivers and tight ends for a workout at Trubisky’s Florida home, according to Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network.

Trubisky said when the Steelers signed him that he wanted to show he’s a leader and get on the same page with his new teammates, even before offseason work officially begins.

“I’m looking to be a leader as well,” Trubisky said last month. “I think it’s important to build relationships, let these guys know who I am as a man before we get on the field together.”

Trubisky appears to be the favorite to earn the Steelers’ starting quarterback job over the summer, and the Steelers have to be pleased with the initiative he’s taking to lead the team in the spring.

16 responses to “Mitch Trubisky hosting workout for Steelers’ skill position players

  1. I’ve always wonder when a player hosts practices like this, do they cover flights/expenses for other players?

  2. He is trying to get a head start in QB competition just in case the Steelers sign Baker. Smart move.

  3. He is going about this the right way. I’m expecting Mitch to open a lot of eyes. The Bears wasted his talent.

  4. He’s likable and works hard. Unfortunately he can’t read defenses or be accurate on medium or deep throws. We Bears fans know.

  5. They have 3 backup QBs, and therefore no real QB. That QB competition will be fierce, but sad.

  6. Gamer doing the right things. Pittsburgh fans love this kind of intensity and focus.

  7. Mitch is going about his business the right way. Have the guys get together now, and you can all get to know each other. I know he’ll do well with the Steelers. And I hope Haskins is listening and taking notes on how to work hard and leave your wretched phone alone!

  8. Love all the downvotes from people who haven’t actually watched him play for nearly four years.

  9. Tannehill got a lot of grief from Miami fans prior to finding his fit. I am not saying Mitch will his clone, what I am saying perhaps with a better supporting cast he can find his place within the offense and wins some games. If it doesn’t work out the Steelers didn’t spend a fortune to find out.

  10. Why wasn’t it reported that Mason Rudolph refused the invite? Look it up. There’s clearly tension in thrown room. Dionte Johnson is also working out with Mac Jones. What’s up with that?

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