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NFL draft trade tracker

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

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.

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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.

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Whitehair will help Chicago

Cody Whitehair can start immediately for the Bears. If he does, and performs well, all the maneuvering Chicago did in order to select him will prove more than worth it. Best/riskiest picks of Day 2 (Insider)

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Was No. 34 too early for Jaylon Smith?

Mel Kiper Jr. is pulling for Smith in the linebacker's recovery from a knee injury, but he thinks the Cowboys might have jumped the gun in taking this risk. Winners and question marks (Insider)

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Kiper scouting report: Sheldon Day

Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the film on Jacksonville's fourth-round selection, Sheldon Day. What are the biggest strengths and weaknesses of the No. 103 overall pick's game?

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Bio Blast: Sheldon Day

The Jaguars opted for the former Notre Dame defensive tackle early in Round 4. Day was a first-team All-American in 2015.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears will be busy on Day 3. Chicago currently has seven picks: fourth round (No. 117, 124 and 127), fifth round (No. 150), sixth round (No. 185 and 206) and seventh round (No. 230). Will the Bears draft a quarterback? GM Ryan Pace said Friday night that it's never too late to take one.

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Thumbs up or down: Cody Whitehair

Chicago bolstered its offensive line with the addition of Whitehair after moving back 15 spots in Round 2. Was it the right decision? Jeff Dickerson answers

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears GM Ryan Pace tells us he envisions 2nd round pick Cody Whitehair playing guard and third round pick Jonathan Bullard at 3-4 defensive end. Pace would not comment on the future of veteran left guard Matt Slauson, who appears especially vulnerable after Chicago drafted Whitehair and signed free agent guard Ted Larsen.

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Draft-night surprise: Da Coach grew a beard!

Legendary former Chicago Bears coach and ESPN NFL analyst Mike Ditka attended the club's official draft party at Soldier Field sporting a white beard.

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Highlights: C.J. Prosise

Seattle nabbed the Notre Dame running back with the No. 90 overall selection. Check out some of Prosise's best highlights here.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Bears picks so far through three rounds: 1. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia; 2. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State; 3, Jonathan Bullard, DL, Florida.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Through free agency and the draft, the Bears have upgraded the defensive front seven with more speed and more versatility. Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio will have some talent to work with this season.