The Chicago Bears signed a veteran quarterback to the 53-man roster a day after Justin Fields made negative comments about “coaching” contributing to his struggles in running the offense.
Justin Fields voiced his frustrations
Fields made a few comments in his press conference Wednesday that seem to highlight his frustrations with the coaching staff, including his feeling forced to be a traditional pocket passer. Fields talked to reporters after practice to clarify his comments and take the heat off his coaches.
In a turbulent day at Halas Hall, with defensive coordinator Alan Williams resigning for vague reasons, the Bears released Nathan Peterman, the team’s QB2. The Bears added a quarterback to the roster Thursday morning.
And we’re not joking about who it is.
The Chicago Bears re-sign Nathan Peterman
According to Tom Pelissero with the NFL Network, the Bears re-signed Nathan Peterman to the 53-man roster.
The #Bears have re-signed QB Nathan Peterman to the 53-man roster, per source.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 21, 2023
Is there an ADULT at Halas Hall running the show???
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