It makes me want to vomit! 🤮- Stephen A. doesn’t like the idea of Mason Rudolph as the Steelers’ QB

ESPN published this video item, entitled “It makes me want to vomit! 🤮- Stephen A. doesn’t like the idea of Mason Rudolph as the Steelers’ QB” – below is their description.

It makes me want to vomit! 🤮- Stephen A. doesn’t like the idea of Mason Rudolph as the Steelers’ QB

Stephen A. Smith and Dan Orlovsky react to Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin saying “all options are on the table” for a Steelers quarterback.

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