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Live from Halas Hall: Half-dozen wideouts off the board now

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Make it six.

Tennessee just drafted Rutgers wide receiver Kenny Britt with the 30th pick. He is the sixth wideout to come off the board a year after there were no wide receivers selected in the first round. Four wideouts have gone in the last 12 picks.

With 18 picks to go until the Bears are on the clock, it will be interesting to see where Ohio State's Brian Robiskie and Georgia's Mohamed Massaquoi fall.

Looks like the Bears could be going in a different direction than receiver unless they want to pull the trigger on someone like Juaquin Iglesias at No. 49. We got an e-mail asking if Penn State's Derrick Williams could be a possibility. Maybe. But we think the Bears avoid Penn State when possible. Stay tuned.

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If Robiskie isn't available, I think Iglesias should be the pick. Not a big fan of Massaquoi. I've read a lot of scouting reports on this guy and every one of them mentions problems with "drops". Not really what you're looking for in a receiver.

Thank you Al Davis for screwing up yet another draft. There have been some pretty bad picks today. Bey at 7.

Safties are starting to go.

The Bears are 10 Picks away from Britton, this could be interesting.

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