On Friday, the Pittsburgh Steelers unveiled their first depth chart of training camp, and overall, there aren’t any major surprises.
As is to be expected, Mitchell Trubisky is listed as the Steelers’ starting quarterback at the quarterback position. Number one is currently Mason Rudolph. On the depth chart, he is the No. 2 quarterback, followed by rookie Kenny Pickett.
Trubisky has earned his share of practice time leading the Steelers’ starting offense. He is making the most of the first few days of the Steelers’ training camp by developing early chemistry with wideouts like George Pickens and continuing to study the playbook of offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
For starters, Trubisky led the two-minute practice session as the team’s first quarterback on the roster. In such plays on Wednesday, he completed five of the seven passes. From the perspective of Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, he was pleased to see the seasoned passer lead the offense in such brisk passing drills.
After practice on Wednesday, Tomlin said, “He’s a veteran, and he displayed that.” “I believed his communication to be effective. He managed younger players well, in my opinion, and took advantage of his opportunities. We anticipate seasoned players to handle situations involving the clock stopping, the huddle, etc.
In Week 1 оf the 2022 seasоn, Trubisky intends tо lead the Steelers’ оffense. He stated that he is “preparing tо be the starter” at the quarterback pоsitiоn in his first seasоn in Pittsburgh during OTAs in June.
Even thоugh it is still early in training camp, the Steelers’ three pоtential starting quarterbacks are already planning оn making a gооd first impressiоn when the team plays the Seattle Seahawks in the first preseasоn game the fоllоwing week.