Andy Dalton has the support of the Bears’ coaching staff and that’s what’s important to him. Justin Fields, a favorite Chicago quarterback, can wait.
“Justin has his time and Justin’s career is great,” Dalton told reporters on Wednesday. Is on. “
Despite fielding, Dalton, 33, has been given a starter tab by head coach Matt Nagy. Impressive start to the pre-season. And strong work during practice.
“I know who I am. I know who I was born for. I know where my identity is.
“Do I want the fans behind me and this team? Yes. Do I want them behind Justin? Absolutely.”
Dalton has enjoyed a strong career, reaching three Pro Bowls with the Bengals, the last time being in 2016. He was a mediocre filler for the Starter Dock Prescott in Dallas last year, hitting 14 touchdowns, eight interceptions and completing 64.9 percent of them. Passes
Meanwhile, Fields is the future of the Bears after finishing 10th overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.