Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph had a career resurgence over his four starts. He threw five touchdowns, completed 68 percent of his passes, and posted a passer rating of 104.9.
The Steelers’ only loss with Rudolph under center came in the wild card round against the Buffalo Bills, eliminating them from the playoffs. Rudolph is scheduled to be a free agent in 2024, and he was asked about what the future holds for him.
“I have no idea what is going to happen,” Rudolph said. “None of us (in the locker room) know what’s going to happen tomorrow. I’m still thinking about the game and the loss and it hurts and it stings... I love the Pittsburgh Steelers. They’ve been my only home for six years. We’ll see what happens. Like I said, it’s not really my decision. A lot of it is outside of my control. We’ll see what happens.”
Rudolph will be getting a pay-day somewhere. Whether or not it will be Pittsburgh will be determined when free agency begins in the middle of March.