Best Value For Bears In Every Round By Position: Offensive Tackle

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Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Auburn Tigers offensive lineman Greg Robinson runs the 40 yard dash during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

It’s very doubtful the Bears pick an offensive tackle at 14th overall. Mainly because it’s doubtful one will fall far enough to justify such a move, but also factoring in that the Bears have more pressing needs on defense, and there will be a defensive player worthy of that pick when the Bears are up. Of course if one did fall this far -and he was clearly the highest rated high floor/high ceiling player on the board over all others- I would not be surprised to see Bears GM Phil Emery turn in the card with said player written on it. I know at least one media member who mocked an offensive tackle to the Bears and that’s long time Chicago football media member, and occasional Chicago radio personality Hub Arkush. As a matter of fact its my first choice in this blog should the player fall, and the Bears be motivated to choose him at 14 overall.

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  • David A Maupin

    Mo Mo will go in the books as the next great OT from UVA in the NFL. He will be the 4th or 5th in a row to succeed. The last 2 still having success in Eugene Monroe and Brandon Albert.