Chicago Bears land Terry McLaurin in one of these 3 trades

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Trade Number 2 for the Chicago Bears to acquire Terry McLaurin

Now, we’re getting a bit more intricate with these trade offers. The larger return is likely what Washington is looking for, with as many at-bats in future drafts as possible. This time, the Bears would send a pair of picks in this year’s draft (No. 39 and No. 150). Then, Chicago also deals their second and fourth-round picks in the 2023 draft, plus a third-round pick in 2024. That brings the total to five draft picks for Washington.

Though the Bears give up five picks, they would also get one back in this year’s draft to give Poles a shot to land a late-round gem. That pick comes at No. 189 in the sixth round.

With that selection, the Bears could be looking at a wide variety of players. Getting to that late in the draft, it’s a toss-up as to which mid-round prospects will have fallen. But, a few guys who could potentially be there at 189 for the Bears include 6-foot-7 offensive tackle Cordell Volson out of North Dakota State, Georgia guard Justin Shaffer, Baylor safety JT Woods, Virginia Tech tight end James Mitchell or Clemson cornerback Mario Goodrich.