Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Caleb Williams Opens Up About The Day The Bears Traded Justin Fields

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The NFL was stunned when Chicago Bears’ GM Ryan Poles traded quarterback Justin Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a sixth-round pick. This trade, which took place just over a month ago, remains a hot topic. In a recent episode of The Pivot Podcast, guest Caleb Williams discussed the trade when asked by host Ryan Clark. Williams provided intriguing details, revealing how committed Poles was to selecting him.

“Welp, we know where their mind and heart is at in this instance.. in that moment it was kind of like wow. I didn’t do my top-30 visit yet, they didn’t have my medicals.. they have it all now though.”

The Bears not having Caleb Williams’ medical records or completing his top-30 visit indicates their view of him as a prospect. Many, from normal fans to NFL draft analysts, consider Williams one of the best quarterback prospects in years. While Caleb’s points may have surprised some people, it appears the Bears were locked in on selecting the USC superstar from the beginning. If you’d like to watch the full interview, you can find it on YouTube. It offers a different perspective on Caleb Williams and is definitely worth watching.

SourceThe Pivot

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ElwoodNotJake
ElwoodNotJake
Apr 21, 2024 5:47 am

Was there ever any doubt that TGena just might be a douche?

TGena
TGena
Apr 20, 2024 1:15 pm


Thank God, you’re still here Erik “. . .scooby” Lambert.

Five more days of pre-draft bliss. Then, reality sets in.

And — that could be good.

Nah!

jmscooby
Apr 20, 2024 11:40 am

Many screen names were lost the day Fields was traded…

BearCub30
Apr 20, 2024 10:49 am

Watched the whole video. Really solid dude. The one interesting part that I took a way from the hour + was his passion about his players and the bond he creates with them. I’m not saying it’s a good or bad thing in anyway. But what’s interesting is how he will have to pivot and get use to the constant revolving circle of his guys he’s going to see at the NFL level. The other part is we all know how Rodgers seems to have his guys that he just absolutely holds onto, players, coaches, ect. I have always felt… Read more »

Byron
Byron
Apr 20, 2024 4:53 am

The mental processing is the key to where were at now. The one thing that makes a QB a QB is mental processing.

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