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Bears trade back in fourth round, add fifth-round pick in deal with Saints


The Bears on Saturday traded back in the fourth round, sending the 103rd pick to New Orleans in exchange for the Saints' fourth-rounder (No. 115) and fifth-rounder (No. 165). The 103rd pick is the first selection of Day 3.

This is the third trade Bears general manager Ryan Poles has made during this year's draft. In the first round, Poles traded back traded down from No. 9 to 10 and selected Tennessee offensive tackle Darnell Wright. In the deal with Philadelphia, the Bears also acquired a fourth-round choice in next year's draft.

On Friday the Bears moved up to No. 56 in the second round to select Miami cornerback Tyrique Stevenson. The Bears sent the 61st overall pick and a fifth-round pick (No. 136 overall) to Jacksonville in the deal.

The Bears' remaining picks are No. 133 in the fourth round which was acquired from the Eagles last Oct. 26 when the Bears traded defensive end Robert Quinn. Their fifth-round pick (No. 148) was obtained from the Ravens Nov. 1 as part of the Roquan Smith trade.

The Bears also have their seventh-round selection (No. 218) and were awarded a compensatory seventh-round pick (No. 258).

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