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Report: Mason Rudolph Signs with Tennessee Titans

Rudolph is headed to Tennessee.



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Former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph has found a new home.

Tennessee Titans signed Rudolph to a one-year contract worth $3.62 million, according to multiple reports, on Wednesday. It’s a raise of $1.1 million from last season.

This comes after Rudolph finished his six-year tenure with the Pittsburgh Steelers on a high note after spelling an injured Kenny Picket and an under-performing Mitchell Trubisky. Rudolph started the last three games of the season and one playoff game, going 3-1 in impressive fashion and leading many to question whether he should be the Steelers’ starter in 2024.

Last season, Rudolph completed 74.3% of his passes, and three TDs to zero interceptions, in four games, including a game-winning drive against the eventual No. 1 seed Baltimore Ravens. He threw two TDs and a pick in an AFC Wildcard loss at Buffalo.

Rudolph and his representatives were reportedly in continued talks to return to the Steelers all the way up until the team came to terms to bring in nine-time Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion Russell Wilson.

In Tennessee, Rudolph will serve as the backup to second-year QB Will Levis, who the Titans drafted in the second round last season. Levis entered the fray in Week 7 and gripped the reins of Tennessee’s QB1 spot, but the Titans went just 3-6 in his starts. He completed 58.4% of his passes and threw eight touchdowns to four interceptions.

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