Chicago Bears: Potential trade scenarios in 2019 NFL Draft

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Chicago Bears, Jonathan Bullard
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Trade Scenario No. 4: Deal Jonathan Bullard

The last scenario I could see happening is one where the Bears actually deal a player for a pick. Whether it’s for a pick this year or next year is irrelevant, but Jonathan Bullard is a guy I don’t see on the roster for very long. If Chicago can get a pick in exchange for Bullard, it would be a win.

The most likely scenario I would see unfolding is the Bears trading Bullard for a seventh round pick, and probably in next year’s draft. One team to watch when it comes to a deal like this would be the New England Patriots.

The Patriots have done business with the Bears in the past, most recently last year when they traded the no. 51 overall selection to Chicago. The Bears turned around and drafted Anthony Miller, giving them a pair of second round draftees in 2018.

The Bears recently re-signed Roy Robertson-Harris and also have Bilal Nichols, whom they really like and came on strong in the second half of last season. Robertson-Harris has shown flashes over the last couple of seasons and finally broke out a little more in 2018.

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If the Bears do not move Bullard before training camp, I don’t see him lasting on the roster for very long. He’s been inconsistent and hasn’t given the type of effort you would like from a former third round pick.