This may become a reoccurring theme around the league.
“Having cameras around the building, that might change the vibe of everyone,” Fields said. “I just want to keep it natural and organic and really just focus on what’s going on in the building.”
He is not the only quarterback that feels that way.
Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell was asked this week if he would consider filming for the show, and although he watched the first season, he does not envision himself doing anything in the second season.
Sam Howell only started one game for Washington last year as he played in the final game of the season. After nearly securing a playoff berth last season with Carson Wentz and Taylor Heinicke under center, Howell is expected to be the man.
Howell started just one game, throwing for 169 yards with a touchdown and an interception in a Week 18 victory. Washington’s roster is perhaps being slept on simply due to Howell potentially being the starter, but that would get the team some notable wins as teams won’t go as hard thinking Washington won’t be a threat.
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