Jerry Angelo said earlier this week he doesn't expect to find a starter when he begins making his picks in rounds three through seven later tonight.
That opinion, coupled with reports that several teams are making impact veterans available via trade, including the Raiders, who have let it be known that everybody on their roster is available, makes me wonder if it would be worth it for the the Bears' general manager to trade his entire draft for a sure-fire starter.
The Bears have so many young, untested players left over from last year's draft that need to be developed that it might make sense to trade their third-through-seventh-round picks for someone who could be a solid starter at corner or safety for the next couple seasons.
Just a thought. I can't say I've completely thought this through. For the right player, however, it might well be worth it.