Watch: Hutchens ask ESPN’s Brooke Pryor: Is Mason Rudolph good enough to be an NFL starter?

Watch: Hutchens ask ESPN’s Brooke Pryor: Is Mason Rudolph good enough to be an NFL starter?

Brooke Pryor covers the Steelers for ESPN. She joins Two on OSU to discuss Mason Rudolph’s NFL future.

Sam Hutchens

By Sam Hutchens

| Feb 14, 2024, 11:58am CST

Sam Hutchens

By Sam Hutchens

Feb 14, 2024, 11:58am CST

STILLWATER — Mason Rudolph’s career is at a crossroads.

The former Oklahoma State quarterback has had an up-and-down career since the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted him in the third round of the 2018 NFL draft. After coming off the bench to lead the Steelers to the playoffs, Rudolph will be a free agent in March.

Brooke Pryor covers the Steelers for ESPN. She joins Two on OSU to discuss Mason Rudolph’s NFL future. She can be found at @bepryor on Twitter (X).

Episode highlights:

0:49 — Mason Rudolph’s NFL stock has never been higher

2:15 — Fans have finally formed their opinion about Rudolph

6:39 — Has Mason Rudolph done enough to be an NFL starter? 

9:10 — How hard is it to shake the “backup” tag

10:17 — Mike Tomlin has had Rudolph’s back 

13:40 — Why Rudolph probably won’t be a Steeler next year

19:12 — Mason Rudolph’s personality is starting to show in the NFL

Producer: Jacquelyn Musgrove

Creative Director: Michael Lane

Social media: Bobby Howard

Director of Content: Mike Sherman 

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Sam Hutchens covers Oklahoma State sport for Sellout Crowd. He interned for The Stillwater News Press in 2021 and The Guthrie News Leader in 2022, where he won a first-place OPA award for in-depth reporting. He has also covered sports in southwest Oklahoma for The Lawton Constitution. He strives to tell you the OSU sports stories that you want to tell your friends about. You can email him at [email protected] and connect on Twitter (X) @Sam_Hutchens_

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