Will Bears trade up in Round 1 for a QB? Sifting through pre-draft smoke to determine what's real — and what’s an illusion.
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CHICAGO — Two months ago, the Chicago Bears were rumored to be in the mix for Carson Wentz. The buzz around the NFL, for a weekend anyway, was that they were the leading candidate to partner with the Philadelphia Eagles in a deal. It turned out the Bears never were a serious suitor for Wentz, who eventually was dealt to the Indianapolis Colts. Brace yourself. Until the start of the draft on April 29, the Bears will be linked with every team in the top 10 that might be considering trading down — and probably even teams not considering trading out, starting with the Atlanta Falcons, who have bee…

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