Mason Rudolph Not Happy with Reps in Steelers QB Battle

Pittsburgh Steelers legend leaves behind Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett

The Pittsburgh Steelers began to move into a first-team rotation

But after Kenny Pickett's performance at the Precision Opener, all that faded.

Rudolph is pushed to the third team, ending the last day of camp.

In which Piquet is the only representative of the other team throughout the week.

Mitch Trubisky will open the Steelers' second president game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

In which Piquet would play second and Rudolph would finish the game.

Rudolph talks about the change in rotation

And addressed his displeasure with the lack of the first team in camp.

Rudolph said, "I want to have a few more first-team reps.

I've made the most of the number of reps I've gotten. I think I did well in this camp

And I want to continue to do that individually and collectively on Saturday."