Justin Fields may be traded by the Chicago Bears for Kyle Pitts and a draft pick in the 2024 season, according to ESPN.

ESPN's Aaron Schatz predicts the Atlanta Falcons will trade for Fields, offering Pitts as part of the deal.

Speculation grows that the Bears will use their No. 1 pick on a new quarterback, possibly USC's Caleb Williams, during the NFL Scouting Combine.

If the Bears draft a QB, they'll need to find a trade partner for Fields, with the Falcons being a potential suitor.

The Falcons must decide by May 2 whether to pick up Pitts' fifth-year option, which could be worth around $10.56 million for the 2025 season.

There's debate over whether Pitts should be classified as a tight end or wide receiver for his fifth-year option.

Pitts, a standout player, could bring unique skills to the Bears' offense, even though he's a tight end.

The Bears could benefit from adding a pass-catching talent like Pitts, especially with free agency affecting their tight end depth.

Pitts could enhance the Bears' offense, complementing DJ Moore and Cole Kmet, in Shane Waldron's plans for 2024.