It will be a preseason battle of young quarterbacks.
Bears coach Matt Nagy said that rookie quarterback Justin Fields will play in the preseason game.
Fields is expected to play a lot in this Miami game.
He is having a spectacular training camp thus far and performed very well in joint practices with the Dolphins.
Before the Bears drafted Fields, Andy Dalton was named the starting quarterback for the Bears.
Bears coach Matt Nagy says very few snaps for Andy Dalton, then Justin Fields is scheduled to take it from there and go possibly all the way into the fourth quarter.
— Jason Lieser (@JasonLieser) August 12, 2021
Justin Fields absolutely masterful in a six-play low red zone period. Three TD passes and an astute tuck-and-run TD.
— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) August 12, 2021
Justin Fields side arm touchdown pass 😍
If Mahomes does this the internet goes crazy pic.twitter.com/OKwT5Uo2Nz
— Barstool OSU (@BarstoolOSU) August 8, 2021
Could Nagy reconsider who will be the starting quarterback in Week 1?
How To Watch Dolphins Vs. Bears
The game will be televised at 1:00 PM ET on Saturday, August 14, 2021.
National coverage is available on NFL Network with Adam Amin, Jim Miller, and Lou Canellis commentating.
The game and commentating crew will be simulcast on Bears TV/WFLD FOX 32 for those in the Chicago viewing area who do not have NFL Network.
How To Listen to Dolphins Vs. Bears
Bears fans can hear the game on WBBM.
How To Live Stream Dolphins Vs. Bears
Those interested in live streaming the game can access it on the following platforms:
Fitzmagic Has Left The Building
Tua and Fitzmagic playing QB musical chairs for the Miami Dolphins pic.twitter.com/uttBbR9UxO
— MaltLiquorPapi (@LowkeyBrilliant) December 27, 2020
The Dolphins had a peculiar tag-team of quarterbacks in 2020.
Tagovailoa and Ryan Fitzpatrick shared the role.
Fitzpatrick is now a member of the Washington Football Team so this is the time for second year Tagovailoa to grow into the role.