Bills signed QB Mitchell Trubisky, formerly of the Bears, to a one-year contract.
Trubisky is replacing Matt Barkley as Josh Allen's backup, providing a significant upgrade for a Super Bowl contender. Former No. 2 overall pick Trubisky was an obvious massive bust in Chicago, but he is arguably coming off his best season as a pro last season when he reclaimed the starting job in Week 12 and posted a 10:5 TD:INT mark as a passer with an 11th score as a rusher. The Bears actually downgraded when they signed Andy Dalton over him this week. In Buffalo, Trubisky will work alongside OC Brian Daboll, who is credited with getting Allen to an MVP level after a bad rookie year. In Trubisky, Buffalo has a mobile quarterback who can move the offense in an Allen absence. Mar 18 2:56 pm (EST)
- Mitchell Trubisky completed 19-of-29 passes for 199 yards and one touchdown in the Bears' 21-9, Wild Card loss to the Saints.
- Mitchell Trubisky completed 33-of-42 passes for 252 yards and an interception in the Bears' 35-16 Week 17 loss to the Packers, adding four rushes for 22 yards.
- Mitchell Trubisky completed 24-of-35 passes for 265 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Bears' 41-17, Week 16 win over the Jaguars, adding 10 rushing yards and a third touchdown on the ground. All Mitchell Trubisky News
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