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Where Bears pick in 2024 NFL Draft

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The Bears locked up the No. 1 pick in the 2024 NFL Draft last Sunday when the Panthers lost to the Jaguars, clinching the worst record in the league this season.

In concluding the 2023 campaign with a 7-10 record following Sunday's 17-9 loss to the Packers, the Bears' pick in the 2024 draft will be at No. 9. Three other teams finished 7-10—the Falcons, Jets and Vikings—and tiebreakers are determined by strength of schedule.

The Bears acquired Carolina's first-round choice as part of a blockbuster trade in March. They sent the No. 1 selection in the 2023 draft to the Panthers in exchange for receiver DJ Moore, 2023 first- and second-round picks, a 2024 first-round choice and a 2025 second-round pick. Carolina chose quarterback Bryce Young at No. 1.

Here's a list of all of the Bears' selections in this year's draft (Round-Pick):

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

The draft order for Rounds 3-7 will be set after the NFL awards 32 compensatory picks during the offseason.

The Bears traded their second-round pick to the Commanders 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 sixth-round choice to the Dolphins in August in exchange for guard Dan Feeney.

The Bears dealt 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 2-14)
  • 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)

Take a look at the Bears' home and away matchups for the 2024 season. (Photos via Chicago Bears, NFL and AP)

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