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

It has been done. Now, what?

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Before their second fourth-round pick, the Bears make another trade

Bills trade

After moving back 13 spots in the fourth round, Chicago also nets a sixth rounder to work with. With their second-straight selection, the Bears go with an offensive lineman.

Isaiah Adams. . . Isaiah Adams. 481. OL. 4. player. . Isaiah Adams

He won't have to travel far. Isaiah Adams played his college ball close to Halas Hall and this would be quite a story for the Illini standout. Having experience playing both guard and tackle, Adams likely projects best at guard in the NFL. But, his versatility is something that the Bears have to like. Giving Chicago an option, when in a pinch, is valuable.

. 534. CB. Kamal Hadden. . Kamal Hadden. 6. player. Kamal Hadden.

Finally, the Bears add some depth to their cornerback room. This secondary should be special, but the depth is still lacking. Chicago adds Tennessee's Kamal Hadden to join second-year pro Terell Smith in the Bears' cornerback room.

As a sixth-round pick, the Bears get great value here. Hadden is a bigger corner at 6-foot-1, 196 pounds and can present serious matchup problems because of his strength.