Mason Rudolph
Former Steelers Quarterback Mason Rudolph is Signing with the Tennessee Titans
4 months ago

Tennessee Titans are bringing in Quarterback Mason Rudolph on a 1-year $3.62 million deal.

Former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 3rd round of the 2018 Draft. Initially, Rudolph was seen as the heir apparent to Ben Roethlisberger. Rudolph started 8 games his rookie year due to an injury to Roethlisberger and went 5-3. Since then Rudolph has only started 5 games the next 3 years, including 3 last season. In those 3 starts Rudolph threw for 719 passing yards, 3 touchdowns and 0 interceptions, winning all 3 games. Those 3 games were the most competent the Steelers offense looked all season. Rudolph may be most remembered from getting hit on the head with his own helmet by Browns defensive end Myles Garrett.



Rudolph is getting a change of scenery by signing with the Tennessee Titans on a 1-year deal worth up to $3.62 million. This is very cheap signing as Rudolph has been decent as a spot starter. The contract likely includes incentives, as such number of games started, to reach the maximum value. There may be good chance Rudolph starts if 2-year quarterback Will Levis struggles or gets injured. The offense is quickly shifting with running back Derrick (King) Henry leaving for Baltimore, along with signing running back Tony Pollard and wide receiver Calvin Ridley. Look for Rudolph to try to cement himself a long career in the NFL.



Mason Rudolph should be a quick find on your waiver wires in your fantasy leagues should anything happen to Will Levis. Rudolph should only be rostered in the deepest of rosters in dynasty leagues.