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DJ Moore: We’ll be traveling through “hell and back” with Caleb Williams

DJ Moore: We’ll be traveling through “hell and back” with Caleb Williams

In February, Bears receiver DJ Moore went “registeredHe said clearly and unequivocally that he wants Justin Fields to continue as the team’s quarterback.

This week, Moore was more realistic, now that Fields is gone and Caleb Williams is the starting quarterback.

Work is workMoore said, via CBSSports.com. “I saw it coming. So, at the end of the day, he was the starting quarterback last year, and now we’ve got Caleb. We’re going to travel through hell and back with him, so I’m just looking forward to seeing what he brings up.”

Moore was more realistic about his decision to participate in voluntary OTAs.

“Shoot, 200 grand is on the line,” Moore said, referring to the workout bonus. “I want to be here and make this money. Outside of that you have to cut off contact with Caleb and with everyone, even Roma [Odunze] And the whole room. The whole offense just wants to be around each other and build that bond, the relationships that we had last year, and form them with new people.

Moore likes what he’s seen so far from Williams.

“You can see that the natural leadership is there, the natural arm talent is there,” Moore said. “Everything about him, it’s always something positive. Even when he does poorly, he looks to learn very quickly right after. That’s all you can ask of him, to forget quickly but also learn at the same time.

The Bears may be about to get something they haven’t had in the modern era of professional football — a dominant offense. They haven’t had a true starting quarterback since Sid Luckman, and they’ve never exploited the obsession with stopping running back Walter Payton in a high-end passing game.

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Now, with Williams, Moore, Udunze, Keenan Allen, Cole Kmet, DeAndre Swift and Khalil Herbert? Prepare your sausages.