5 best remaining options for Chicago Bears in 2nd roundVincent Pariseon April 29, 2022 at 11:00 am

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That is it for the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. The Chicago Bears didn’t have a selection in the first round so we are still waiting to see what a draft selection looks like from new general manager Ryan Poles. Based on how round one went on Thursday, there is a lot to be excited about.

The Jacksonville Jaguars made the first overall pick for the second year in a row. With the selection, they took Travon Walker from the University of Georgia. That started a draft where five players were taken from Georgia’s defense in the first round. That was the first time such a thing happened in an NFL Draft before.

Later on in the draft, Jacksonville traded back into the first round to select Devin Lloyd out of Utah. It was one of many trades that were executed in the first round of the draft. Even a few prominent were traded away from their teams including superstar wide receiver AJ Brown.

There was also a string of wide receivers taken in the first round which is not the best news. The Chicago Bears need a good one really bad and now they are going to have a bit slimmer pickings than they originally thought.

There are still going to be a lot of good players available to the Chicago Bears.

It was figured that the more quarterbacks that went (or even running backs) the better off the Bears would be because more players that they needed would fall. Unfortunately, only one quarterback went and lots of good receivers went. Out of all the players that are still available, however, there are five that stick out for the Bears:

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