Chicago Bears' 4 takeaways from Justin Fields' appearance on "The 33rd Team" podcast

Justin Fields joined he 33rd Team podcast with Amon-Ra and Equanimeous St. Brown to discuss the Chicago Bears, and Fields got open and honest.

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Chicago Bears Takeaway No. 2: Justin Fields doesn't like the process either, Bears fans

To all the Chicago Bears who have grown a feverish distaste for the online discourse surrounding the Bears, Justin Fields, and/or Caleb Williams, you're not alone. Fields made it abundantly clear to the St. Brown brothers that he isn't into all the social media discourse either.

“It’s something that I don’t want to see on my timeline," Fields said. "Every Bears post, it’s either, ‘Keep Fields! We Want Fields!’ or ‘Draft Caleb,’ so it’s like, I’m tired of hearing the talk.”

When casual fans have to mute the keywords "Justin Fields" and "Caleb Williams" on social media, that might be an indication that the discourse is becoming nauseating. That's what point we're at in the offseason.

Justin Fields is just like the fans. He doesn't enjoy this process one bit.

Another part of this offseason process that Justin Fields was vocally displeased with is the fact that he's unsure of what his near future looks like. Or so he alluded to with the St. Brown brothers.

“I feel like the biggest thing with all this going on right now, I just want it to be over," Fields said. "Just let me know if I’m getting traded, or let me know if I’m staying.”

The 2024 NFL Draft is 64 days away, and Justin Fields might not know where his next chapter is taking place. When the two choices could be between staying put in the life you're already living, and packing up to a new city and NFL team, it's understandable to want to know what's going on.

All-in-all, Justin Fields is just like the Chicago Bears fans in this sense. He's sick of the noise, and he's tired of the process.