The Chicago Bears have two fifth-round picks and one seventh-round pick.
With the first pick in the fifth round of this mock draft, the Chicago Bears select Javon Foster out of Missouri. Adding more offensive line help is exactly what the Bears should be doing until they get it right. Protecting their quarterback should be the most important thing.
Javon Foster might be able to help out with that. He is an SEC tackle that projects to have a chance to make an impact at this level.
Round Five (Ravens)
The Bears have another pick here in the fifth round from the Baltimore Ravens. Here in this mock, they use it on wide Receiver Bryce Ford-Wheaton. He is a player that comes out of West Virginia and someone that would like to be a late-round steal for a team that takes a chance on him.
Just like tackles (or any offensive lineman), they should be trying to add as many weapons for their quarterback as possible. Hitting on even just a couple of them will really enhance the future.
*The Chicago Bears do not have a sixth-round pick
When you are in the seventh round of the NFL Draft, you’d love to land a player that helps your team win in any way. For the Bears here, that player is Nick Broeker out of Ole Miss who had a very good year.
This is a guard that could, as mentioned with a couple of these linemen, become a player that helps them grow the offensive line and build it up.
The Chicago Bears, in addition to some of this draft capital here, have a chance to make a statement in the league. They have the most cap space out of everyone in the league and can use that as a weapon as well.
It is unlikely that they trade Justin Fields but this is a mock draft that shows what it might look like if they did it at the draft. It is fun to think about how this team can do a lot of different things to better their future. Hopefully, whatever it is, it works.