NFL News: Justin Fields, Cody Whitehair, and Eddie Jackson Leave Chicago Bears, What Next?

 Mike Tomlin's Pittsburgh Steelers may reorganize their quarterback room.

 Despite Kenny Pickett's term as a starter, the team is publicly seeking competition, suggesting a change in offensive approach.

 Justin Fields, a dynamic playmaker from Chicago, is a promising Steelers possibility. 

 The Steelers' need for an offensive catalyst and Tomlin's adoration for Fields make Pittsburgh an appealing destination for the rookie quarterback.

 Fields may revive his career and help the Steelers win again with Najee Harris, Diontae Johnson, and George Pickens.

 The Giants' offensive line, especially pass protection, has struggled.

 Cody Whitehair may give a unit that has been the team's Achilles' heel stability and adaptability.

 Although he struggled this season, Chicago Bears' Whitehair's interior line expertise and track record make him an enticing possibility for the Giants.

 Whitehair may regain his form and help the Giants' offensive line improve, protecting Daniel Jones and increasing offensive production.

 The Detroit Lions re-signed Pro Bowler Jalen Reeves-Maybin for two years among special teams movements.

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