Chicago Bears’ timeline revealed for Justin Fields trade…

The NFL Scouting Combine has been abuzz with discussions about a potential trade involving Justin Fields, the Chicago Bears’ quarterback. Following a meeting with reporters, Bears’ general manager Ryan Poles hinted at the team’s readiness to part ways with Fields, a sentiment that has been reinforced by subsequent reports.

While Poles may have hoped for a trade before the new league year begins on March 13, it appears that the Bears may need to wait until after the initial wave of free agency. Dianna Russini of The Athletic suggests that the trade market for Fields may not have fully developed yet, but there’s a possibility that teams interested in free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins could turn to Fields if they fail to secure Cousins.

The Minnesota Vikings and the Atlanta Falcons are among the teams involved in Cousins’ market, with the Falcons showing early interest in Fields. It’s important to note that the Bears are unlikely to draft Caleb Williams with the first overall pick and keep Fields, as this would be unfair to Williams and contrary to the Bears’ intentions.

The end of Fields’ tenure with the Bears seems imminent, and a trade is now a matter of when, not if.

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