Robert Griffin III Gives Bold Advice To Caleb Williams

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Written By Maya Cantina

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With the Chicago Bears recently trading quarterback Justin Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers for a sixth-round pick in the 2025 NFL Draft, the team seems to be ready to bring in USC superstar quarterback Caleb Williams with the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming draft.

That said, everyone in the media is starting to give their two cents on why that’s either a good or bad move for the struggling franchise.

Even though Williams seems to be getting a lot of buzz for being a no-brainer to take at No. 1 as he could be the most talented quarterback we’ve seen coming out of the college game in quite some time, there are those that aren’t sold on it being a good move with the draft right around the corner on April 25.

Recently, former NFL quarterback Robert Griffin III shared his thoughts on why he thinks Williams should try to force his way out of being picked by Chicago on “The Dan Patrick Show.”

“Despite all of the additions the Bears have made this offseason, they still have instability at the head coaching position,” Griffin said.

Although the Bears franchise doesn’t have a good track record with quarterbacks or head coaches for that matter, Chicago does seem like a good place for Williams to start his career, especially compared to the alternative of the Washington Commanders or New England Patriots.

The Bears have been stacking up the talent in Chicago during this NFL offseason and appear ready to build around Williams moving forward, with the head coaching position being expendable if it doesn’t work in 2024.

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