Full List of Chicago Bears 2024 Draft Picks: How Many Picks Does Chicago Have in the NFL Draft?

A profusion of trades have the left the Chicago Bears with two top-10 picks, including No. 1, but not much after that in the 2024 NFL Draft.

The Chicago Bears traded away the top pick in 2023 only to get it back in 2024 as part of the bounty it received in a trade with the Carolina Panthers. After another lackluster season led to trading away starting QB Justin Fields for 2025 NFL Draft capital, the Bears have two picks inside the top 10 in 2024 but not much outside of it.

Let’s take a look at a full list of the Chicago Bears 2024 NFL Draft picks.

Chicago Bears Draft Picks by Round in 2024

  • Round 1, Pick 1 (from CAR)
  • Round 1, Pick 9
  • Round 3, Pick 75
  • Round 4, Pick 122 (from PHI)

How Many Draft Picks Do the Bears Have in the 2024 NFL Draft?

The Bears own the Panthers’ pick at No. 1 and their own first-rounder at pick No. 9, but they only have two picks in the ensuing rounds with four total selections in the 2024 NFL Draft after a series of trades.

Chicago secured the top pick as part of a four-pick package for the 2023 No. 1 pick from Carolina, with the Panthers sending two first-round picks (2023, 2024) and two second-round picks (2023, 2025) to the Bears so they could draft Bryce Young.

The Bears traded their second-round selection (Pick 40) to the Washington Commanders in exchange for EDGE rusher Montez Sweat at the trade deadline during the 2023 season. Then this offseason, the Bears traded for WR Keenan Allen, parting with a fourth-rounder (Pick 110) for the six-time Pro Bowler.

Chicago traded away its fifth- and sixth-round picks for OLs — netting Ryan Bates from the Buffalo Bills for a fifth-rounder (No. 144) just before free agency while sending the Miami Dolphins a sixth-rounder (No. 184) for Dan Feeney last preseason. The Bears also traded their original seventh-rounder (No. 231) to the New England Patriots for WR N’Keal Harry back in July 2022.

The Bears netted Pick 122 in the fourth round after a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2023 NFL Draft. For the fourth-rounder, the Eagles swapped places with the Bears from No. 10 to 9.

Who Did the Bears Draft in 2023?

After trading back twice, the Bears selected Tennessee OT Darnell Wright at No. 10 in the 2023 NFL Draft. Wright started all 17 games for the Bears, allowing just seven sacks and committing seven penalties in 1,133 snaps played as a rookie.

The Bears went defensive with two selections in the second round — Florida DT Gervon Dexter at 53 and Miami CB Tyrique Stevenson at 56. Dexter played sparingly with 20 tackles and 2.5 sacks, while Stevenson started 16 games, racking up 86 tackles and four picks.

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Chicago stayed on the defensive side in the third round with South Carolina DT Zacch Pickens at Pick 64. He appeared in 17 games with no starts, recording 20 tackles.

Switching back to offense in the fourth round with two picks, the Bears selected Texas RB Roschon Johnson at 115 and Cincinnati WR Tyler Scott at 133. Johnson gained 352 yards rushing with two TDs as a rookie while Scott caught 17 passes for 168 yards.

Finishing off the 2023 NFL Draft with four defensive picks, the Bears grabbed two in the fifth with Oregon LB Noah Sewell at 148 and Minnesota CB Terell Smith at 165. Sewell recorded nine tackles in 13 games while Smith made 49 tackles and six pass defenses.

The Bears wrapped up their 2023 NFL Draft with two picks in the seventh round, taking Kennesaw State DT Travis Bell at 218 and Stanford CB Kendall Williamson at 258. Both were cut before playing for the Bears, with Bell now with the Cincinnati Bengals and Williamson with the Buffalo Bills.

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