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Where Bears pick in 2024 NFL Draft


With the acquisition of six-time Pro Bowl receiver Keenan Allen, the Bears have now traded five of their seven picks in the 2024 draft.

The deal leaves them with the following four selections in the April 25-27 draft (round/pick):

  • 1-1 (from Panthers)
  • 1-9
  • 3-75
  • 4-122 (from Eagles)

The Bears obtained the Panthers' first-round pick a year ago in a blockbuster trade. General manager Ryan Poles dealt the No. 1 selection in the 2023 draft in exchange for receiver DJ Moore, 2023 first- and second-round picks, a 2024 first-round choice that turned out to be No. 1 overall and a 2025 second-round pick. That trade is a gift that keeps on giving.

The Bears sent their second-round pick to the Commanders last Oct. 31 in exchange for defensive end Montez Sweat, who helped fuel a defensive resurgence over the second half of the season, registering 6.0 sacks in nine games.

The Bears obtained a fourth-round selection from the Eagles by trading down from No. 9 to 10 in the first round of the 2023 draft to choose right tackle Darnell Wright, who started all 17 games as a rookie.

The Bears traded their fifth-round pick to the Bills March 4 in exchange for offensive lineman Ryan Bates.

The Bears dealt their sixth-round choice to the Dolphins last August in exchange for guard Dan Feeney.

The Bears traded their seventh-round pick to the Patriots July 13, 2022, in exchange for receiver N'Keal Harry.

Here are the top 10 picks in the 2024 draft:

  • 1) BEARS (via Panthers 2-15)
  • 2) Commanders (4-13)
  • 3) Patriots (4-13)
  • 4) Cardinals (4-13)
  • 5) Chargers (5-12)
  • 6) Giants (6-11)
  • 7) Titans (6-11)
  • 8) Falcons (7-10)
  • 9) BEARS (7-10)
  • 10) Jets (7-10)

Check out the Bears' home and away matchups for the 2024 season. (Photos via Chicago Bears, NFL and AP)