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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: Jonathan Bullard

The Bears nabbed the Florida product with the 72nd overall pick. Check out some of Bullard's best highlights.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

At pick No. 72, the Bears took Florida defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard, who played both end and tackle at Florida. Bullard had a productive senior year at Florida with 66 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. The Bears have to improve up front, where only Eddie Goldman and Akiem Hicks are guaranteed to have major roles. Bullard figures to join the game day rotation if he develops as the Bears expect.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears are on the clock in third round (pick No. 72). Areas of need include: safety, cornerback, quarterback, defensive line and tight end.

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Bears picks so far through two rounds: 1. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia; 2. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

At pick No. 56, the Bears drafted Kansas State OL Cody Whitehair, who played a variety of positions in college. Whitehair lined up at right tackle, left guard and left tackle at Kansas State. The question is where does Whitehair play in Chicago? The right side of the Bears O Line appears set with Bobby Massie and Kyle Long, but left tackle Charles Leno may be in trouble. Whitehair could also compete at left guard with Matt Slausen and Ted Larsen. The possibilities seem endless.

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Kiper scouting report: Cody Whitehair

Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the film on Chicago's second-round pick, Cody Whitehair. What are the O-lineman's biggest strengths and weaknesses?

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Take three! The Bears are on the clock (again) at No. 56 after already moving back twice in the second round. Ohio State safety Vonn Bell still makes sense here. Or maybe Boise State safety Darian Thompson.

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Kiper scouting report: Nick Martin

Get to know the newest Texan, No. 50 overall pick Nick Martin. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Fighting Irish center.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears send No. 49 to Seattle in exchange for pick No. 56 and No. 124 (fourth round). Bears now have three picks in the 2016 fourth round.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Another trade -- Bears have sent pick No. 49 to the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle's second round pick is No. 56 overall.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Carlos Rodon was cruising along without a shutout before the O's scored three in the fifth, but it wasn't all Rodon's fault: There was a walk, an error by Brett Lawrie, an infield single and Jimmy Rollins threw away a double play ball when his cleat stuck in the dirt. All runs were earned but Rodon's defense let him down.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears are coming up in second round (No. 49) after trade with Buffalo. A strong name to consider is Ohio State safety Vonn Bell. Chicago needs help in the secondary, and Bell is a versatile player who projects at either safety or corner in the NFL.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jihad Ward had a great week at the Senior Bowl. Physical, strong at the point of attack. Think he can bump inside and produce some interior pressure. More defensive help for the Raiders.

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Kiper scouting report: Jihad Ward

Get to know the newest Raider, No. 44 overall pick Jihad Ward. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Illinois defensive end.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears have traded the tenth pick (No. 41) of the second round to the Buffalo Bills.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylon Smith graded out as a Top 5 player before the knee injury. Pass rush ability, athleticism and pro size. Rare talent. Could be a steal for the Cowboys when he is fully healthy and back on the field. Smith is expected to sit during the 2016 season.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Leonard Floyd played offense and defense in high school, but knew he wanted to focus solely on defense at Georgia, because "the guys who sack the quarterback get paid the most."