The Bears didn't have any picks in the first two rounds of this draft because of the Jay Cutler trade, but they still had nine overall picks.
Angelo finally found the impact receiver he'd been looking for with Knox, however he missed badly on almost every other selection and flunked his first two picks completely. Perhaps the most embarrassing miscue was not taking Mike Wallace (No. 84 overall), who was taken by the Pittsburgh Steelers just 15 picks before Iglesias came off the board with, get this, Chicago's original pick.
Speaking of trades, here's the final fallout from the Cutler move. The Bears traded Robert Ayers (2008, No. 18), Mike Wallace (2008, No. 84), Anthony Davis (2010, No. 11) and Kyle Orton for Cutler and Knox. Not sure if that one quite worked out.
Other players in this draft include: Marcus Freeman (No. 154 overall) and Derek Kinder (No. 251 overall).
Overall draft grade—D+