Bills announce 2-year deal for QB Mitch Trubisky

Quarterback Mitch Trubisky signed a two-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.Financial terms were not disclosed by the team for Trubisky, who mutually agreed to part ways with the Pittsburgh Steelers last month with two years remaining on a three-year, $19.4 million contract.Trubisky, 29, will be making his second stint in Western New York. He spent the 2021 season in Buffalo seeing limited action in support of Josh Allen, going 6 of 8 for 43 yards and rushing for 24 yards and a touchdown over six games (no starts).Trubisky joined the Steelers as a free agent in 2022, the same year Pittsburgh selected quarterback Kenny Pickett in the first round of the draft. Trubisky began that season as the starting quarterback but soon gave way to Pickett.While Pickett dealt with injury and regression in 2023, Trubisky made two starts before the Steelers eventually turned to Mason Rudolph, who helped guide the team to a wild-card berth.