The Chicago Bears are likely to trade Justin Fields this offseason. The main questions are more about how much they will get back and what team will trade him for him. While there are certainly more teams likely to add Fields than the Titans, you cannot discount them from being a possibility.
Are the Tennessee Titans contenders to trade the Chicago Bears for Justin Fields?
The Titans still have a big question mark at quarterback. While they drafted Will Levis in the second round, and he did do enough to compete for a starting job next year, he did not do enough to earn the job uncontested. Levis completed under 59% of his passes and had a sack rate near 10%.
They could hope that Levis improves, but a smart backup plan would be to add Justin Fields. Fields just give them another crack at the plate if Levis does not take that step next year. The addition of Fields can push Levis, and seeing the two next to each other would highlight which one is the better option.
With Ran Carthon as General Manager and Brian Callahan as the play-caller, the Titans will probably lean on the run. Both of them have the running game in their background. A ground attack featuring Justin Fields would be just what the team needs and wants.
This could be viewed as a true competition. If Fields won the job, there is no stopping the Titans from locking him up long-term and building the team around him. If he failed this year, they would simply move on, as they are rebuilding the roster anyway, and the implications would not be major.
The Titans may not be the top candidate to trade for Justin Fields, but if the price is right, they cannot pass him up because of Will Levis. A competition would be the best for both of them and would help the Chicago Bears unload their quarterback.