The Bears have the 14th overall pick in the Draft, which is certainly not the most appealing picks to have in any NFL Draft.
If the price is right you know fully well that the Bears would be interested in trade their first round pick.
The general manager of the Bears, Phil Emery, is certainly open to the idea of a trade, but he has insisted that it should of 'equal value.'
This means it's highly unlikely that the Bears would be willing to trade for a lower first round pick.
However, there is plenty of time before the Draft in May, with the Bears very likely to take up an offer that blows them away.
As NBC Chicago reports, "The problem naturally is that the Bears have a lot of holes that have to be filled immediately, and selecting a player that can start right out of college would go a long way to filling one of those holes, and doing so cheaply would be hugely beneficial to the team.
"With most teams likely looking for offensive help in the draft's opening round, the Bears could be in prime position to have their pick of safeties in the draft, as well as having a good number of defensive lineman to choose from."