The logic is that the hurdles a rookie has to overcome in order to achieve this lofty status for a wide receiver to become one of the best of his era are far less than the obstacles a quarterback such as Caleb Williams will face to achieve generational talent status as a quarterback. So I conclude go with the more certain generational talent in Marvin Harrison Jr. than the less certain one in Caleb Williams. This logic dictates if, at all possible, the Bears should first focus on making every effort to trade the top pick so they end up with Marvin Harrison Jr.
Getting back to the who wants the Bears to keep Justin Fields camp, we have one more significant group of believers. This group consists of several players from defense from other teams both current and former players. These guys do not hold back their considerable respect for the Bears QB1. One of them is Von Miller. He has been one of the best pass rushers in the NFL.
He said, "Justin has all the tools to be one of the best QBs in NFL history." Then we have a former NFL pass rusher who was very good in his time and is in the Justin Fields camp. A video with brothers, Chris and Kyle Long has Chris with having a lot to say about how it would be best if the Bears kept Fields. Kyle did not have much to say but nodded in agreement.