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Bears Receive: 45th overall pick
Rams Receive: 50th and 150th overall picks
The Bears turned this move into Alshon Jeffery, a talented receiver from South Carolina. The Bears haven't had an explosive set of receivers in this century, so getting a guy to complement Brandon Marshall is going to make Jay Cutler a very happy (and hopefully even more effective) quarterback.
For the Rams, this was yet another deal. They've been incredibly active this draft and have moved around a lot. They've managed to accumulate a lot of picks, something Jeff Fisher needs as he tries to retool a roster with plenty of holes.
The Rams grabbed Cincinnati's Isaiah Pead with the 50th pick. The running back will form a formidable duo with Steven Jackson, who's been tasked with doing all the heavy lifting alone for most of his career. This will be a nice move for the Rams, allowing them to get more production from the backfield with less wear and tear.