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UPDATED: 11:24: Bears deal out of pick No. 110

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General manager Jerry Angelo pulled the deal on his first trade, moving down from No. 110 in the fourth round.

The pick was sent to Miami for the 115th pick in the fourth round. For moving down five spots, and passing on USC quarterback John David Booty, the Bears picked up Miami's pick in the seventh round at 208. The Dolphins used the selection to take Shawn Murphy, the guard from Utah State. The Bears can use a guard too.


Here are two guards to consider at No. 115 if the Bears go that direction ... they like Roy Schuening of Oregon State and USC's Drew Radovich is also available. Both would make sense.

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How many 7th rounders do we need? Lets hope the player they want will still be there.

I'd like to see Nicks and move him to gaurd.Might neutralize Viks D-line!!

should have gotten Booty at 110.

JDB is still available but he will be gone by the 5th so it's now or never.

Guards Roy Schuening and Eric Young are still available as is OT Carl Nicks. Also Erin Henderson the Maryland OLB is still available and he's 41 on my value board - the highest selection left.

Traded again? wonder what for this time

we keep trading down and dodging bullets as defenders are getting grabbed off the board. this better equate to JA drafting an o-lineman or Booty at 120

WHAT THE HE77 IS ANGELO DOING??? What a jerk he is so busy trying to corner the seventh round this is just ludacris this idiot has only scracthed the surface got only one player per round basically. GET THIS CLOWN OUT OF TOWN!!!!

Bears gambled and lost out on Collins. That's why they traded down again. Not a good move! O'connell is gone. Need to target QB O'hara in the 5th round.

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