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If Ohio State offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson was forced to pick one play from Justin Fields’ signature game as a college quarterback, he’d need a few minutes to sift through the choices. After all, Fields fired 28 passes and ran eight times during the Buckeyes’ 49-28 upset of Clemson in the College Football Playoff. He threw for 385 yards with six touchdown passes that night in New Orleans, including a 56-yard, third-quarter kill shot to receiver Chris Olave.

Ryan Pace doubled down on his statement that second-round pick Teven Jenkins potentially can play left tackle. That’s the biggest takeaway after a league source said the Chicago Bears will release Charles Leno Jr., their longest-tenured offensive lineman.

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