Justin Fields Classily Visits Gunshot Victim Who Said He Refused to Die Before Seeing the Ohio State Star Suit Up for the Chicago Bears

One of Ohio State’s greatest (and most famous) coaches, Jim Tressel, recently passed away at the age of 62. During his long tenure with the Buckeyes, Tressel became a beloved figure. But perhaps more than anything else, he was known as a great coach. And he was a great coach because he was not afraid to be a great coach.

When Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields had the chance to visit a young boy who was shot in the head, he took it. After the shooting, the victim was given a choice: to live or die. The young boy reportedly said he wanted to live, but his family did not agree with that choice, so his life was ended.

In the latest installment of the Sports Journalist Hype series, Justin Fields of the Ohio State Buckeyes visits with a young man who was shot in the head, but refused to die before seeing his favorite football player suit up for the Chicago Bears.. Read more about justin fields ohio state and let us know what you think.

It’s impossible to deny that the Chicago Bears have never had a really great quarterback. Sure, they’ve had a few decent ones here and there, but none that really deserved to be classified as “great.” And, with all due respect to Jay Cutler, Sid Luckman, Jim Harbaugh, Jim McMahon, and the other Bears quarterbacks throughout the past century, I say that. But I don’t believe it’s out of line to suggest that Mitch Trubisky, who has the fifth-most passing yards in club history after 51 games in four seasons, is a problem. Justin Fields, to the rescue.

After trading up to pick Trubisky in 2017, the Bears did it again this year, moving up from No. 20 to No. 11 in the NFL draft to choose Fields, who had two outstanding seasons at Ohio State after transferring from Georgia. Given Fields’ skills, many Bears supporters think he has the potential to be the greatest quarterback in club history, and that he is precisely what the team has been waiting for.

Scott Morrow, a Chicago resident who was shot in the back last month in a random act of violence that left him with numerous injuries and almost lost him his life, is one such admirer. He fortunately survived, and he just stated that the idea of Fields on the field for his favorite Bears kept him going while in the ambulance.

Fields is presently slated to be a backup before the season starts, so that may take longer than Morrow would want. So, for now, he’ll have to make do with a private meeting with the Bears’ new quarterback, as Fields personally visited Morrow after learning of the incident.

Scott Morrow, a Chicago man who was just wounded in the back, says he couldn’t die without watching Justin Fields play for the Bears.

Justin Fields ahead of Ohio State's national championship matchup with Alabama in January 2021

Justin Fields ahead of Ohio State's national championship matchup with Alabama in January 2021 In January 2021, Justin Fields poses in front of the Ohio State vs. Alabama national championship game | Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Morrow was shot in the back by a bullet that also damaged his pancreas, abdomen, and stomach as he walked along a Chicago street on June 20. He was taken to a neighboring medical facility and had emergency surgery, losing his spleen and one kidney in the process.

Since then, he’s suffered some setbacks with infections and such and it’s expected that it will take quite some time for Morrow to fully recover. But he recently mustered up the strength to make an appearance on the Parkins & Spiegel Show on 670 The Score and said that while riding in the ambulance, his first thoughts were of his mother, family, and friends. But he then quickly turned his attention to Fields and says he didn’t want to die before seeing him take the field for the Bears.

“Within a few of minutes, I said to myself, ‘Well, I’m 41, pretty much the whole city of Chicago has gone our entire lives without even having excellent chances for a franchise quarterback, man, I can’t die before seeing Justin Fields walk the field.’

“I believe there was a sliver of Beloved power flowing through the veins there. Two or three more doses of adrenaline.

“I have no intention of dying until he is inducted into the Hall of Fame.”

Scott Morrow, a Chicago local, on Justin Fields

Please excuse the phrase, but that’s a die-hard Bears fan.

Fields learned of the situation and paid a visit to Morrow on Monday.

The tale found its way to Fields, who decided to pay Morrow a visit. Fields and his parents paid a visit to Morrow at his parents’ home on Monday, where he’s been spending a lot of time throughout his rehabilitation. As you can see in the photo above, as part of the surprise visit, the new Bears quarterback gave his greatest admirer a jersey. Simply put, Chicago’s newest sports hero made a nice move.

Morrow, as previously said, still has a long way to go in his rehabilitation, and his family has put up a GoFundMe page to help with medical expenses.

Andy Dalton’s backup quarterback is now the Bears’ new project.

HC of the Chicago Bears Justin Fields will not be the starting quarterback in Week 1, according to Matt Nagy of @CollinsworthPFF.

Nagy: Nagy: Nagy: Nagy: Nag “Our starting quarterback is Andy Dalton. Justin is our number two, and we’re sticking to our game plan. All you have to do now is trust the plan.”

June 15, 2021 — Daniel Greenberg (@ChiSportUpdates)

While Morrow and many other Bears supporters would want to see Fields start the 2021 NFL season as the starting quarterback, that is not the current plan. Because Chicago head coach Matt Nagy appears to want to follow the Kansas City Chiefs’ model with Patrick Mahomes (remember when the Bears chose Trubisky over him), who sat behind Alex Smith as a rookie and only started one game, the plan is for Andy Dalton to be the starter and Fields to be the backup quarterback.

But, people, this is the Chicago Bears’ quarterback position. There are no certainties when it comes to who will line up under center for the Monsters of the Midway on any given Sunday, according to more than a century of history. Fields will get a lot of repetitions in the preseason, and it wouldn’t amaze me if he got a lot of them during the regular season as well. But, well, who knows?

What we do know is that Scott Murrow will be watching each week (and most likely wearing the jersey) in anticipation of his newfound buddy getting his opportunity.

RELATED: The Chicago Bears can thank Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, for Justin Fields.

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