The Pittsburgh Steelers have made a tough call regarding their quarterback position.
They’ve decided to roll with Mason Rudolph for the win-or-go-home regular-season finale, thus raising even more doubts and questions about Kenny Pickett’s future with the organization.
Some reports claimed that the Steelers were looking forward to rolling with Pickett for at least another season, but this decision doesn’t make it sound like that.
With that in mind, Domonique Foxworth said on ESPN’s Get Up that the team should look to make a run at Justin Fields.
The former cornerback argues that Fields has never had any sort of stability in his brief NFL career, and there’s no more stable franchise in the league than the Steelers.
He also believes he’s been asked to do everything in Chicago, and that simply wouldn’t be the case in Pittsburgh.
Fileds has shown glimpses of great play during his time in the Windy City, but it seems like he’s never been in a position to succeed.
He’s had some very solid games and has looked like a potentially elite dual-threat quarterback, making huge plays with his feet.
And while durability and decision-making have been big question marks from day one, he’d definitely be a significant upgrade over both Rudolph and Pickett.
The Chicago Bears are more than likely going to make him available and get either Caleb Williams or Drake Maye in the NFL Draft.
Should that be the case, then the Steelers would make perfect sense for the Ohio State product.