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Live from Halas Hall: Five wide receivers off the board now

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There goes another wide receiver.

The New York Giants just selected North Carolina wide receiver Hakeem Nicks No. 29 overall, a move in an effort to replace Plaxico Burress.

Nicks is the fifth receiver to be selected in the first round. That leaves Rutgers' Kenny Britt, Ohio State's Brian Robiskie and Georgia's Mohamed Massaquoi as top receivers the Bears could consider at No. 49.

They have to wait 19 more picks before they are on the clock. It might be tough at this point for one of those three to sneak through to the Bears. Stay tuned.

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Free Safety is looking better and better. It was my hope one of those guys would make it but it's not looking pretty.

Keep up the great work!

its looking bad...Kenny Britt went the pick after Hakeem Nicks...they are both gone..and safety went with the first two picks of the 2nd round. (Louis Delmas and Patrick Chung)

rams are selecting now..lets hope they dont take brian robiskie

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