Chicago Bears: Potential trade scenarios in 2019 NFL Draft

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Just about a week away from the 2019 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears could certainly make a move. Which direction could Ryan Pace go?

A blockbuster for former Oakland Raiders All Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack. A Draft Day swap with the New England Patriots to go up and get Anthony Miller. A shocking deal with the San Francisco 49ers to move up one spot and select Mitchell Trubisky. Ryan Pace is a polarizing general manager, but the Chicago Bears have been better off because of it.

The Bears are no where near a conservative franchise under Pace, and most fans are excited about that fact. Whether it’s been a good move, bad move or a move which still remains up in the air, Pace has kept things interesting. Regardless, the Bears are coming off a 12-4 season with hopes of reaching the Super Bowl now, and the moves Pace has made are a big reason why.

This year, the Bears are dry of draft capital in a way, but that doesn’t mean Pace is ready to sit back and relax for the 2019 NFL Draft. There are still plenty of moves to be made.

To make it easy for fans to know where the Bears are picking, here is a list of exactly where each of the five picks land in this year’s draft:

Round 1: No picks (Khalil Mack trade)

Round 2: No picks (Anthony Miller trade)

Round 3: Pick no. 87

Round 4: Pick no. 126

Round 5: Pick no. 162

Round 6: No picks (Khalil Mack trade)

Round 7: Pick no. 222

Round 7: Pick no. 238

What moves are left to be made in this year’s draft? Let’s begin unfolding those scenarios, one by one.