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Coming off a 5-11 season and a last place finish in the NFC North in the 2004, the Bears had a chance to upgrade a large part of their roster in the draft. They found only two starters (although Benson would have been a third if he didn't hold out during training camp), and didn't find any true offensive weapons.
Angelo can't be blamed entirely for whiffing on Benson because everyone in the NFL had him rated that high, but missing on Roscoe Parrish, Vincent Jackson and Chris Henry is inexcusable.
(Other picks from this class include Airese Currie in the fifth round and Rodriques Wilson in the seventh).
Overall draft class grade - C-