Will naming Justin Fields the Bears’ starter lead to an extension for Matt Nagy? | KJM

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Will naming Justin Fields the Bears’ starter lead to an extension for Matt Nagy? | KJM

Keyshawn, JWill & Max react to Matt Nagy committing to rookie QB Justin Fields as the Chicago Bears’ starting QB.

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