Chicago Bears Mock Draft: The post-Justin Fields trade era starts with a bang

It has been done. Now, what?

Chicago Bears, Caleb Williams
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To kick off the third and fourth rounds, the Bears continue to give Caleb Williams more to work with

2192. . . WR. . Malachi Corley. player. Malachi Corley. Malachi Corley. 3

At pick no. 75, the Bears add to the wide receiver room that already features D.J. Moore and the newly-acquired Keenan Allen. Depth is an issue beyond those two, and for that reason, it's Malachi Corley here in the third.

The Bears are getting an absolute stud in Corley, who could feast as the Bears' WR3. Corley is one of the very best in his class with the ball in his hands. He is a menace after the catch. It's almost as if he takes a page right out of Moore's book. Getting Corley within the same offense as Moore could mean the Bears have one of the top YAC groups in football going forward.

He stands 5-foot-11, 215 pounds and packs a punch with a big, muscular frame.

. 463. . 4. player. Cooper Beebe. G. Cooper Beebe. Cooper Beebe.

The Bears have added depth and competition to the interior of their offensive line, but they continue to do so in the fourth round by adding Kansas State's Cooper Beebe. The 6-foot-3, 322-pound Beebe comes in as a physical interior lineman who has experience at both guard positions. He's got a high motor and brings that nasty mentality, looking to finish his opposition on each snap.

The Bears have their two starters in Teven Jenkins and Nate Davis, but Beebe brings valuable depth and the opportunity to have a spot starter if need be.