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NFL Draft 2011: Chicago Bears Live Draft Blog and Analysis

BOURBONNAIS, IL - JULY 28:  General manager Jerry Angelo of the Chicago Bears takes in a practice at the Bears summer training camp on July 28, 2005 at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Joseph HigginsContributor IIApril 28, 2011

The biggest question for Chicago in this 2011 NFL Draft is will they savor their first round pick for someone they may not have wanted to draft and draft them only out of desperation or will they trade away the 29th overall pick for more choices in the later rounds?

We'll just have to wait and see as young Cam Newton has just been drafted by the Carolina Panthers

Possible candidates for the Chicago Bears roster are obviously Mike Pouncey of Florida, Gabe Carimi of Wisconsin and Nate Solder of Colorado—all offensive lineman.

But will they last all the way to number 29?

Well, the Bears will have to wait for 28 more picks in hopes that they will land the prospect that they've always wanted.

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