The NFL Draft gets underway tonight and we're hearing lots of chatter regarding possible moves on the draft board.
One of those moves includes the Chicago Bears moving up in the first round so they can get a QB.
We've already heard possible chatter of something brewing between the Cowboys and Bears and now one of the top Bears' insiders has chimed in.
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune chimes in and says the Bears are deeply exploring getting something done. Biggs says "there's a lot of smoke" about the Bears moving up.
He adds the Teddy Bridgewater trade has added to it.
"Certainly it's created a little bit of a buzz around the league but prior to this everything I've heard is the Bears are exploring possibilities to trade up in round one. I've heard that since the Bridgewater trade was done this afternoon from another club. We're going to find out real soon but it certainly appears something the Bears are deeply exploring. There's a whole lot of smoke and we'll find out soon whether or not there's fire."
Do you think Ryan Pace is going to pull something off tonight?