Mitch Trubisky entered Pittsburgh Steelers training camp as the top quarterback on the depth chart. While there has been some turbulence, Trubisky remains the top quarterback on the depth chart through two weeks, ahead of veteran Mason Rudolph and rookie Kenny Pickett. 

After a slow start to camp, the former Bears Pro Bowler has started to find his rhythm while getting in sync with his new teammates and a new offense. His recent play has created space between himself, Rudolph and Pickett, who have also shown flashes of their potential during the first two-plus weeks of camp. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin told CBS HQ on Tuesday that each quarterback remains a viable option. 

"They're making it difficult for us," Tomlin said from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. "It's tough to manage three capable guys, but they're forcing us to do it because they're making the necessary plays. They're anticipating the timing has been good. The accuracy has been good. 

"Mitch's silver bullet, if you will, is his fluidity and mobility. He's a really good athlete. Rudolph throws a really good deep ball. (Pickett) has been Steady Eddie. Kenny P, I don't think you can get him in an environment where he gets flustered. ... We saw that at Pitt and it's it's been the same. It doesn't matter what drill or what environment you put him in. He's steady Eddy and really cool."