The NFL Draft starts tomorrow and it's been surprisingly quite regarding the Chicago Bears.
We've heard a lot of chatter that the Bears might be brewing something up with the Dallas Cowboys regarding trading up to the #10 spot. This of course depends on if the Cowboys are able to land their player which is believed to be Tight End Kyle Pitts.
"The Cowboys will look hard to trade down. One of the teams I'm told is a realistic possibility to trade up is the Chicago Bears, who want to trade up to get a QB." mentioned Tony Pauline of the Pro Football Network.
The Bears have Andy Dalton locked in as their starter for the season but could they move up and grab a quarterback?
General manager Ryan Pace spoke to the media on Wednesday and he said it's possible. He confirmed that the team is ready to trade up, or trade down depending on the scenarios that present themselves.
“Whether it's trading up, staying put, trading back, all those things are in play for us."
Do you think the Bears will trade up at the draft?
Ryan Pace says the team is ready for every single scenario and however the draft board unfolds: “Whether it's trading up, staying put, trading back, all those things are in play for us."
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) April 27, 2021