Justin Fields news
There is no doubt Bears general manager Ryan Poles hopes to see Justin Fields succeed this year, but a deep 2023 QB draft class has to be a comfort, Hub Arkush writes.
The 2021 season turned into a disaster for the Bears at wide receiver and they begin the offseason with only one proven wideout under contract for 2022.
Justin Fields showed just enough to leave the future looking bright at quarterback for the Bears.
Justin Fields’ dismal first year is not a life sentence. But a lot will have to change and one place to look for clues as to what those things are is at Sunday’s Super Bowl quarterbacks Matthew Stafford and Joe Burrow, Hub Arkush writes.
“And literally every week I feel more and more comfortable just with the whole dynamic of the play, knowing where all my answers are," Bears QB Justin Fields said.
Justin Fields returned to practice Wednesday, but Andy Dalton took all the starter reps. Fields is working his way back from a rib injury.
Bears chairman George McCaskey directed the Bears coaching staff to name Justin Fields the permanent starting quarterback prior to the Week 5 game against the Las Vegas Raiders, multiple sources tell Shaw Local’s Hub Arkush.
Bears quarterback Justin Fields injured his ribs in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Coach Matt Nagy said Monday that he still had no update on Fields' status. The Bears have a quick turnaround this week with a Thursday game against the Lions looming.
The Bears are halfway through with the 2021 season. At 3-6, it's going to be an uphill battle to make the postseason. Wins and losses aside, these are the young Bears players to watch with an eye toward the future.
This didn’t have to happen and the guy that made that decision is the one I’d like to see fired today, Hub Arkush writes
It should end up being worth it, but there is a price to pay for the Bears to start Justin Fields so early in his career, Hub Arkush writes
As much as we are often made to feel it's heresy to say anything good about the man, the Bears' beatdown of the Raiders was a “Matt Nagy win.”
Matt Nagy ultimately will be judged by how many games he wins and loses, not how quickly he develops Justin Fields, Hub Arkush writes
Veteran QB Andy Dalton has been out with a knee injury since Week 2. Matt Nagy said the team will have an update on Dalton's status by Wednesday, but if Dalton is healthy, he will start in Week 5.
Who should be the Bears starting quarterback right now? Does playing Fields now give him the best chance to eventually succeed?