Trade Scenario Number 3
Finally, we come to the big one. The Bears are likely to field a lot of offers for their first overall pick, and if Denver is going to come up 11 spots to take that pick, they'll have to fork over a monumental type of package.
Some have said that the price would have to include three first-round picks, which is what we see here. The Bears would move from no. 1 to no. 12, while keeping their other first rounder at no. 9 of course, plus they would get a first in 2025 and 2026. It doesn't end there, though. Denver would send a third rounder this year, a second rounder next year and then wide receiver Jerry Jeudy to Chicago.
All of that for the rights to draft Caleb Williams at no. 1 overall.
Then, the Bears would have Fields surrounded by D.J. Moore, Jerry Jeudy, Cole Kmet, Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson. And, one of those first rounders would likely be used on an offensive lineman, if all goes right.
From there, if Fields isn't the guy, Chicago would now have two first-round picks in each of the next two drafts to try and use on their next franchise quarterback, all while having built a young, strong roster all-around from the plethora of draft capital obtained by both Carolina and Denver over the last two years.