Chicago Bears: Three teams and trade packages to gain a fourth-rounder

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The  49ers earn back some draft capital by trading with the Chicago Bears

John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan will very likely be selecting a top quarterback with the 3rd overall pick this year. After that, the 49ers could look to trade back to make up for lost draft capital, and the Bears could be a potential suitor. They could also look to add value and prepare to retake their division as well. The Bears could offer up better value in the later rounds and also provide some 2022 draft picks to the table as well.

In this trade, the Chicago Bears move back from the third to the fourth, but then move up from the sixth to the fifth. This trade would only happen if a key player was not available or the Bears found many prospects to their liking when pick No. 83 came around.

The Chicago Bears once again move back but gain an extra pick. The team could use the extra draft capital to add more depth in the later rounds.

The 49ers need to bring in value to help build around their new franchise quarterback, so the Bears may get that call come April 29th. In this last scenario, the Bears trade a future fifth-rounder and a current fifth-rounder to earn a fourth-rounder in 2021.

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Adding a fourth-round pick could be key as this team looks to add plenty of players at multiple positions.