By Chris Hayre and Adam Rossow
After two separate second round trades, the Chicago Bears finally picked up their second player of the 2016 NFL Draft. With pick No. 56 overall, the Bears selected guard Cody Whitehair of Kansas State.
The Bears were originally slated to pick at No. 41 overall. Then the trades started to pour in. First, the Bears moved down eight spots, sending the No. 41 pick to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for the No. 49 selection. The Bears then moved down seven more spots, trading the No. 49 pick to the Seattle Seahawks for the No. 56 pick.
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