With an unclear future, Justin Fields promotes his "improvement"

Offseason decisions for the Bears will be intriguing.

The club is projected to have the top selection, but quarterback Justin Fields was the 11th overall pick in 2021 and has two years left on his contract. Will he remain or leave?

Fields was asked Wednesday about his Bears performance this season. “Improvement,” Fields said Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune. “They know. They know. Everyone in the building knows me. As I mentioned, I can only control what I can.”

Top quarterback prospects include USC's Caleb Williams and NC's Drake Maye.

Fields is 3-7 this season and 8-27 as a starter, making the decision difficult. Fields' yards per attempt (6.70) and quarterback rating (85.6) are in the lowest half this season. With 14 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. He ran for 488 yards and two scores.

Would more talent help Fields? Undoubtedly. But how much better? Will Williams or Maye beat Fields

General Manager Ryan Poles' future depends on his choice. Fields is who DJ Moore wants next season, he said this week.

“It matters," Fields remarked. "The boys know my daily effort. My goal is to lead the squad well. I'm delighted I'm helping and that my teammates like me.”

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