Trubisky return ‘unrealistic', according to Bills head coach


Mitchell Trubisky is on the market as NFL teams begin free agency. Some teams, like the New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, are in need of a starting quarterback while others look for a backup.

Last season, the Buffalo Bills signed Trubisky on a one-year deal to serve as Josh Allen's backup. This season, it seem that the Bills expect a different backup.

According to Jeremy Fowler, Trubisky has a chance to compete for a starting job this year, but Bills head coach Sean McDermott believes Trubisky will end up anywhere other than Buffalo.

"It's unrealistic to think we could have him back, but I want him to go on and do great things for him and his family," McDermott told Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 on Tuesday.

Trubisky had some positive things to say about his time with the Bills.

"Going to Buffalo really opened my eyes," said Trubisky via Fowler. "After being in Chicago for four years, there was only one way I knew how to do things. [Being] in Buffalo and [having] a different way of doing things, you learn what's possible. It helped me get back to instinctual football and using my talents rather than overthinking."

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