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NFL draft trade tracker

A full look at all the moves made during the NFL draft, broken down by team.

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Highlights: Dan Vitale

Tampa Bay opted for a fullback in Round 6, taking the former Northwestern "superback" at No. 197 overall. Check out some of Vitale's best highlights.

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In the sixth-round (No. 185), the Bears selected William & Mary safety DeAndre Houston-Carson. He is the second safety drafted on Day 3, joining Miami's Deon Bush (4th round).

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Highlights: DeAndre Houston-Carson

The Bears went with a small-school prospect early in Round 6, grabbing Houston-Carson out of William & Mary. Check out some of his best highlights.

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Cubs shuffle rotation after Saturday's rainout

With Saturday's game against the Braves washed away by rain in Chicago, the Cubs are reworking their rotation to keep their aces on regular rest.

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Here are the Bears picks so far through five rounds: 1. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia; 2. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State; 3. Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida; 4. Nick Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia; 4. Deon Bush, S, Miami; 4. Deiondre' Hall, DB, Northern Iowa; 5. Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears used their fifth-round pick (150) on Indiana RB Jordan Howard. Chicago prefers the running back-by-committee approach. Howard is expected to compete with Ka'Deem Carey and Jacquizz Rodgers for playing time behind Jeremy Langford. Remember, Langford is a former fourth-round pick. There is precedent here for Howard to have a major impact in the Bears' backfield.

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Kiper scouting report: Jordan Howard

Get to know the newest Bear, No. 150 overall pick Jordan Howard. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Indiana running back.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Bears picks so far through four rounds: 1. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia; 2. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State; 3. Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida; 4. Nick Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia; 4. Deon Bush, S, Miami; 4. Deiondre' Hall, DB, Northern Iowa.

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears use their third pick in the fourth round (127) on Northern Iowa cornerback Deiondre' Hall. At 6-foot-2, Hall has the size to play either cornerback or safety. Just like with the Deon Bush pick, the Bears need help in the secondary. Because of his traits, Hall is a bit of a project the Bears were willing to take on. Made a lot of tackles at Northern Iowa, which is another positive.

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Highlights: Deiondre' Hall

The Bears grabbed another safety in Round 4, taking Hall. Check out some of the Northern Iowa product's best highlights.

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Highlights: Deon Bush

The Bears nabbed the former Miami safety with the 124th overall pick. Check out some of Bush's best highlights.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears use their second pick in fourth round (124) on Miami safety Deon Bush. Chicago needs help at safety. 2014 5th round choice Adrian Amos had an impressive rookie year at free safety, but veteran Antrel Rolle disappointed. Depending on Bush's development, he could challenge for playing time on defense.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Bears picks so far: 1. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia; 2. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State; 3. Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida; 4. Nick Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears use their first pick in fourth round (113) on West Virginia LB Nick Kwiatkoski. This seems to be purely a depth/special teams pick after Chicago signed veteran ILBs Danny Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman in free agency.

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Highlights: Nick Kwiatkoski

The Bears nabbed the former Mountaineer linebacker with the 113th overall pick. Check out some of Kwiatkoski's best highlights.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears give up picks 117 and 206 (sixth round) to Rams for No. 113.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears have moved up four spots in fourth round to No. 113. Chicago is on the clock.