Kenny Pickett alleges he refused to be the Steelers' number two quarterback during the Seahawks' victory.

Kenny Pickett was inactive for the Pittsburgh Steelers' victory over the Seattle Seahawks, and he made it clear on Tuesday that it wasn't his decision.  

Responding to allegations that he declined to suit up as Pittsburgh's No. 2 quarterback  

on Sunday while Mason Rudolph began, Pickett informed reporters that the team's trainers made the decision for him not to play and that he would've started if deemed healthy.  

He went on to suggest that he will dress for the Steelers' game against the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday  

after picking up Rudolph while moaning about personal insults, according to ESPN's Brooke Pryor:  

Pickett hasn't played since undergoing TightRope surgery on his right ankle in early December.  

after picking up Rudolph while moaning about personal insults, according to ESPN's Brooke Pryor:  

There had been talk that he would return in the coming weeks, but he was ruled out of both games,  

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