Chicago Bears: Here’s how Ryan Pace can keep the ball rolling in the NFL Draft

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If the Chicago Bears want to get more ammunition for this draft, they need to trade some personnel to do so.

Who should the Bears trade?

Anthony Miller needs to be traded away. Last season, he digressed for a second straight season after starting his NFL career with a seven-touchdown campaign in 2018.

In the 2020 season, Miller was caught for 485 yards and two touchdowns. Miller recorded the best catch rate of his career at 64.7 percent, but he also fumbled the ball twice last season.

Some interested suitors could be the Los Angeles Chargers, the Seattle Seahawks (David Moore gone, need a third receiver), and the Tennessee Titans.

Miller could draw interest for a possible fourth-round pick at best, which would help the Bears tremendously to start day three of the draft.

What about Nick Foles?

There have been rumors of trading Nick Foles, but he will not draw much attraction. Remember, Teddy Bridgwater was just traded to the Denver Broncos for a sixth-round pick.

Bridgwater completed nearly 70 percent of his passes last season and threw career highs in season yards and touchdowns.

If he got traded for a sixth-round, Foles will not bring back any value, especially since he is due to make $9 million next season.