Report: Mitch Trubisky agrees to rejoin Bills following Steelers divorce.

Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reported that the Bills signed Trubisky as their backup quarterback on Wednesday night. Following his release by the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason, Trubisky will back up Josh Allen next season.

The Chicago Bears selected Trubisky second overall in 2017, although he has played rarely to date. Last year, he played five games in Pittsburgh, starting two but losing both while backing up Kenny Pickett.

Last month, the Steelers and Trubisky mutually terminated their three-year contract, which was due to begin this autumn. The 29-year-old became free agent.

Trubisky will rejoin the Bills after serving as Allen's backup in 2021. The Bills went 11-6 last season and won their division for a fourth straight year, but they were eliminated from the playoffs for a third straight year.

Last season, Trubisky tossed 632 yards with four touchdowns and five interceptions in five games. His last season with the Chicago Bears in 2020 was his last with more than seven games.

The Bills made numerous deals Wednesday, including Trubisky's. They cut All-Pro safety and captain Jordan Poyer, cornerback Tre'Davious White, defensive back Siran Neal, center Mitch Morse, wide receiver Deonte Harty, and running back Nyheim Hines.

To save $8.6 million in cap space, the team modified Von Miller's contract.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the Bills signed safety Taylor Rapp on Wednesday for three years and $14.5 million. Rapp's one-year contract expired this offseason. Rapp, who started with the Rams, recorded 50 tackles last season in Buffalo.