Haskins was a first-round draft pick for the Washington Football Team just two years ago, but he’s had a quick fall from grace. His production on the field was subpar — he averaged 5.4 adjusted yards per attempt and racked up 12 touchdowns to 14 interceptions — and Washington stumbled to a 3-10 record with him as a starter. His off the field behavior was also questionable, culminating with him losing his captaincy after attending an event without a mask this season.
Still, the Steelers have decided to roll the dice on Haskins and give him a second chance. That could be meaningful if Ben Roethlisberger decides to retire or continues to decline next season. The Steelers started the year red hot but ultimately crumbled down the stretch, culminating with an embarrassing performance vs. the Browns in the first round of the playoffs.
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