Bears receiver DJ Moore shows his true colors

According to TMZ Sports, Moore purchased some new bling to match the Bears’ team colors.

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Bears wide receiver D.J. Moore and his new bling.

Bears wide receiver D.J. Moore and his new bling.

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It appears Bears wide receiver DJ Moore has decided blue and orange are definitely his colors.

According to TMZ Sports, Moore recently bought a chain in Bears-orange sapphires and white diamonds. To top things off, he also bought a matching Cartier watch.

Al the Jeweler from Labelle Jewelry in Totowa, New Jersey, matched up Moore and his new bling, TMZ Sports said.

‘‘Everybody can reach a new level here now that I’m here,’’ Moore said of his new Bears teammates when the team introduced him last month at Halas Hall. ‘‘We’re just going to elevate the offense and elevate [quarterback] Justin [Fields] at the same time. I’m here to make everyone around me better, and we just want to try to get some wins.’’

Moore was part of the deal in which the Bears sent the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft next week to the Panthers.

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