The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Denver will receive first-round picks in 2009 and 2010, a No. 3 pick this year and QB Kyle Orton, who will most likely start for the Broncos this upcoming season.
Chicago's trade for Cutler also makes their draft day options much easier, as they need a big-play wide receiver to compliment a solid running game with second-year back Matt Forte.
The NFC North has the potential to be the most explosive division in football with Peterson, Forte and Ryan Grant as three of the best running backs in the NFL.
Now in Chicago, Cutler has the opportunity to be even more dangerous than he was with Denver, considering the secondaries he will be throwing against twice a season.
Though the Bears got to Super Bowl XLI, in spite of Rex Grossman, the acquisition of Cutler gives Chicago a threat in the passing game that they have not had in years.
As it relates to the NFC as a whole, the list of contenders is not long at all. The Bears have a very good opportunity to get back to the Super Bowl this season.
Kudos to GM Jerry Angelo for pulling the trigger on a blockbuster deal.
Presently, the Bears' receiving corps is something that Cutler will have to get used to if it is not addressed in the draft.
Other than Devin Hester and Greg Olsen, a quarterback of Cutler's caliber needs a home run threat to ensure that Forte is a threat within the offense.
He will have to get used to being a leader in a new locker room, and get acclimated to a new coaching staff in a town where mistakes will not be tolerated.