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According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Jeremy Fowler on Twitter last night, Trubisky has signed with the Buffalo Bills. @AdamSchefter posted a status saying -
"Former Bears' QB Mitchell Trubisky is signing with the Buffalo Bills, per @JFowlerESPN and me."
After four years with the Chicago Bears as their famous quarterback, Mitch Trubisky, has a new home as Josh Allen's new backup quarterback with his one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.
The move was reported before Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane had their free agency press conference Thursday.
Trubisky, at the young age of 26, will support the 2020 Pro Bowl selection; Buffalo bills have not yet disclosed the financial terms of the deal.
Trubisky started the first three games for Chicago last season, and he blasted the Chicago Bears to victories in three of their previous four games to earn a mark in the playoffs, New Orleans Saints then eliminated them in the wild-card round.
While Trubisky gets a fresh start after busting in Chicago, the excellent news is he will back up an NFL MVP candidate and learn from one of the best offensive minds in football in Brian Daboll.
Trubisky may never be what the Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace thought he could be coming out of North Carolina. However, he can still have a feasible NFL career. Trubisky is great team player, he works incredibly hard, and a he's considered as prominent part of the team. While it did not work out for him in Chicago Bears, most quarter backs who have played for them the can say the same.
Trubisky lands in a great spot in his career by signing with the Bills.