9 most likely trade partners for Chicago Bears to send Justin Fields

DraftKings released the odds for which team Justin Fields will play for next season, and the Chicago Bears are first. Which other teams are in the running?

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In a recent addition to the DraftKings Sportsbook, bettors can now bet on which team Justin Fields will play for in the 2024-25 NFL season. The Chicago Bears have the No. 1 pick, and there's belief the Bears will select Caleb Williams with that pick.

Are the Chicago Bears going to roll with Justin Fields, or is his journey in Chicago all but over?

Will the Chicago Bears keep Justin Fields, or do they reset the QB rookie contract?

Could the Chicago Bears trade Justin Fields, or is Ryan Poles willing to build around Fields for another draft? Fields' rookie contract is coming up, so after this season, the Chicago Bears would have to pay up to keep the former No. 11 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Since being drafted, Justin Fields has been an up-and-down quarterback for the Bears. Sometimes, he looks like an incredibly capable dual-threat quarterback. Other times, however, it's uncertain what he's seeing on the field. The inconsistencies in his game are what makes this a tough decision for the Chicago Bears.

2021 Justin Fields

2022 Justin Fields

2023 Justin Fields

2-8 record

3-12 record

5-8 record

159/270 (58.9% comp)

192/318 (60.4% comp)

227/370 (61.4% comp)

1,870 passing yards

2,242 passing yards

2,562 passing yards

7 passing TDs

17 passing TDs

16 passing TDs

10 INTs

11 INTs

9 INTs

72 rushes

160 rushes

124 rushes

420 rushing yards

1,143 rushing yards

657 rushing yards

2 rushing TDs

8 rushing TDs

4 rushing TDs

12 fumbles

16 fumbles*

10 fumbles

36 sacks taken

55 sacks taken*

44 sacks taken

*lead NFL

Throughout Fields' time with the Chicago Bears, it's been up and down, but given the position Ryan Poles and the Chicago Bears are in, it might be time to go another direction at quarterback. The NFL is a business, and when you can get someone who could be better and likely won't be worse for a fraction of the price, it's hard to pass up.

That said, if Ryan Poles believes he can build a better team for the Chicago Bears around Justin Fields than he could draft a quarterback with the No. 1 pick, then the choice is to keep Justin Fields.

The NFL Draft is still a couple of months away, but the Chicago Bears will need to make a decision soon as to what they want to do with Justin Fields.