Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin announced the starting quarterback for their preseason game against the Detroit Lions. 

This time, Mitch Trubisky will get to be the primary quarterback of the offense.

Steelers Announce Starting Quarterback

Trubisky played in the two initial practice games of preseason with the Steelers. In the first preseason game the Steelers' preseason opener, 

he completed four of seven pass attempts, resulting in 63 yards, and scoring one touchdown.

Steelers Announce

In the Steelers preseason's second contest, Trubisky completed 5-of-8 passes for 60 yards.

Steelers Announce

A good performance on the day in the game against the Lions could cement Trubisky's position as the week 1 starter for the team.

Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph have both been well-groomed during the preseason. However, most reports have said the fact that Trubisky is the most likely to get the starting job.

The Steelers signed Trubisky to a two-year $14.285 million contract in free agency.

Steelers Announce

Trubisky was an ex-No. 2 overall selection, played in 2021 as an assistant quarterback for the Buffalo Bills. Prior to this, he was the starting quarterback of Chicago Bears. Chicago Bears.