Before the trade deadline, a bidding war for Bills quarterback heats up, according to reports.

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Before the trade deadline, a bidding war for Bills quarterback heats up, according to reports.

 

The Buffalo Bills are one of the league’s most stacked teams and are unlikely to be aggressively shopping for players before the NFL trade deadline on Tuesday at 4 p.m., but that doesn’t mean other teams won’t be calling general manager Brandon Beane to acquire some of the team’s depth.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen, the team’s face, is set to stay in Buffalo for the foreseeable future, but his backup, Mitchell Trubisky, is a coveted commodity in the league, according to multiple speculations.

Brandon Beane is going to make a deal (or several deals) today.

November 2, 2021 — Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso)

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According to a source, the #Saints have expressed interest in trading for Bills quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. #NFL #NFLTwitter #NFLRumors #WhoDat

Could the former #Bears starter return? pic.twitter.com/0WGVNaauNT

November 2, 2021 — NFL Rumors (@nflrums)

In March, the former Chicago Bears starting quarterback agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal to serve as Allen’s backup. According to The Chicago Sun Times, Beane noted at the time, “I don’t know what went on in Chicago, but [Trubisky] started 50 games.” “From afar, Mitchell has been labeled as someone who doesn’t deserve it.” For him, this is a fresh start. We don’t think he’ll be here for a long time.”

A surprising #Bills trade could be on the way. Keep an eye out for updates.

November 2, 2021 — Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso)

However, there is a significant difference between departing at the end of the year and leaving in the middle of the season, particularly on a team that is essentially Super Bowl or bust. However, as we enter Week 9, many clubs are without a reliable starting quarterback, and a starting spot for Trubisky might be very appealing.

The number of mentions has gotten out of hand, and people aren’t comprehending the context.

Mitchell Trubisky is not worth a first or second round pick!!!!

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