With the Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson sweepstakes over, that means some of the lesser quarterbacks will start to make decisions.
One of the free-agent quarterbacks that’s starting to garner a lot of interest is Mitchell Trubisky. He has four years of starting experience and led the Chicago Bears to the playoffs in two of those years.
Per Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, one team thinks that Trubisky is going to end up with the New York Giants to compete with Daniel Jones for the starting job.
Quick note on a QB not named Wilson or Rodgers: Spoke to a team in the thick of it for a competitive backup QB in free agency, and they have a strong belief that Mitchell Trubisky is going to end up with the New York Giants and competing with Daniel Jones for the starting job.
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) March 8, 2022
If the Giants do decide to go after Trubisky, they’re going to have to pay up. There are some reports out there that he may want as much as $10M+ on his next contract.
Trubisky’s best season came in 2018 when he finished with 3,223 yards passing, plus 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
With Daniel Jones having his struggles the last couple of seasons, this could be a move that really pushes him going into next season.
It remains to be seen what the new Giants regime does as they continue to evaluate the team.
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