Chicago Bears fans will love to hear this Caleb Williams story

The Chicago Bears shouldn't have ANY issues with the alleged Caleb Williams character concerns. Williams is the ultimate teammate for this move.

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The most likely outcome of the 2024 NFL Draft is the Chicago Bears selecting Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick. Regardless of the rumors that Williams is a bad teammate, has character flaws, and shouldn't be the next Bears quarterback,

One of the criticisms thrown toward Caleb Williams is the fact that he didn't play in USC's bowl appearance at the DIRECTV Holiday Bowl. For those who thought negatively about that, a story from USC's Pro Day surfaced that should give the Chicago Bears even more conviction about drafting Caleb Williams first overall.

Knowing this was the last game of the season for USC and that Williams wouldn't be there the following season, there were plenty of eyes on that starting spot next season from potential incoming transfers. With that knowledge, Caleb Williams made a move that only the best of teammates make.

Williams gave Miller Moss, his backup, the chance to plead his case to be USC's starting quarterback next year. After Moss' stellar performance, the number of QBs looking to transfer to USC dwindled. This wasn't a move Williams had to make, but it was the move of an ultimate teammate.

Pro Day story reveals calming truth for Chicago Bears about Caleb Williams

Though Caleb Williams has been a draft prospect dragged through the mud, each rumor about his negative personality, bad teammate mentality, or not wanting to be drafted by the Chicago Bears has all been refuted by facts and reality.

The Chicago Bears will be getting their franchise quarterback come April 25, and the league will be put on notice. The Chicago Bears are— wait for it— back.

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