Ivant Field posing for image (left). Justin Fields look on at practice (right).

Ivant Fields and Justin Fields (Photos via @justnfields Instagram and Getty Images)
Social media is going crazy after seeing how incredibly shredded Justin Fields’ father is.

On his Instagram account, Justin Fields posted a photo of him and his father, Ivant, flexing in a gym without their shirts on. And let’s just say that the elder Fields looks like somebody who could be playing in the NFL right now…

Justin Fields and his dad, who looks like he could play fullback. 🤣 #Steelers #NFL pic.twitter.com/tGbLkUy8g2

— Steelers Depot 7⃣ (@Steelersdepot) July 7, 2024

Social media was losing their minds over the picture of Ivant looking insanely jacked and in NFL game shape:

Sign his dad too

— Charles Cheetham (@CharlesCheetha2) July 7, 2024

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The Chicago Bears traded Justin Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason in exchange for a late-round pick. Fields became expendable after the Bears secured the first overall pick of 2024 (via the Carolina Panthers), which they used on prized USC quarterback prospect Caleb Williams.

The trade for Fields came soon after the Steelers signed Russell Wilson to a one-year deal worth the veteran’s minimum. Wilson had just been released by the Denver Broncos, who took on a mammoth $85 million dead money charge.

By all accounts, the Steelers plan to start with Wilson behind center. But if he struggles out of the gate, Mike Tomlin and company will surely waste no time to give Justin Fields a look in their offense.

Justin Fields Needed A Fresh Start

The 2021 first-round pick never fully reached his potential in the Windy City, going 10-28-0 as a starter with a 60.3 completion percentage, 6,674 passing yards and 40 touchdowns against 30 interceptions.

In Fields’ defense, the Bears didn’t exactly supply him with the best supporting cast. He finally showed progress as a pocket passer in 2023 thanks to the arrival of DJ Moore, who came over to Chicago as part of the Bryce Young blockbuster trade.

Chicago was obviously never fully sold on Fields as a long-term QB. So a fresh start was necessary, and there aren’t many better places for him than an organization with a Hall of Fame coach.

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