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Report: Steelers not interested in Cousins, Mayfield, Fields, Wilson

3/4/2024 9:24:31 PM
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The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't planning to take a big swing at quarterback this offseason, Jack Browne of theScore reports.

The Steelers won't pursue Kirk Cousins or Baker Mayfield in free agency, sources Mike DeFabo of The Athletic, who adds Pittsburgh also isn't interested in signing Russell Wilson upon his expected release from the Denver Broncos.

Additionally, the Steelers aren't among the teams working to acquire Justin Fields in a trade from the Chicago Bears, sources told The Athletic's Dianna Russini. Fields should be made available with the Bears expected to draft a quarterback at No. 1.

The Steelers have rallied around Kenny Pickett despite a poor sophomore showing in which he was bench for Mason Rudolph to conclude the season.

Head coach Mike Tomlin said in January that Pickett will enter 2024 atop the depth chart, though he'll face competition.

Steelers general manager Omar Khan backed Pickett as well, saying he has "full faith" in the 2022 first-round pick. Khan also said the club would like to re-sign Rudolph, who's an impending free agent.

Pickett has thrown for just 4,474 yards and 13 touchdowns against 13 interceptions in 25 games across his first two seasons.

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