With the Philadelphia Eagles season now over, the Chicago Bears finally have the Jordan Howard trade completed. 

The Bears were waiting to figure out what kind of compensation they'd be given thank to Howard's performance this season. 

Howard's season got off to a strong start, however ended up getting injured against the Bears out of all teams which ended his season.

While he did register six rushing touchdowns and along with a receiving touchdown, he was only able to rack up 525 rushing yards. Pretty good for 10 games, however not good enough when it came to the draft pick compensation. 

That means the Bears will be given a sixth round pick as compensation. 

If Howard had finished the season and continued his pace, the Bears would have been compensated a fifth round pick.