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2014 NFL Draft: Seventh (7th) Round Live Blog - Bears choose 31st

The Bears acquired a 7th round pick from the Broncos, which keeps our interest level sky-high late into the draft. Sky. High.

Al Bello

N.B. The Bears gained a 7th round pick as part of the trade-up into the fourth round with the Broncos.

Rd Pk Overall Team Player Pos School
1 216 Texans Andre Hal CB Vanderbilt
2 217 Redskins Ted Bolser TE Indiana
3 218 Browns Mike Campanaro WR Wake Forest
4 219 Raiders Travis Carrie CB Ohio
5 220 Vikings (from ATL) Shamar Stephen DT Connecticut
6 221 Bills (from TB) Randell Johnson OLB Florida Atlantic
7 222 Jaguars Storm Johnson RB Central Florida
8 223 Vikings Brandon Watts OLB Georgia Tech
9 224 Eagles (from BUF) Beau Allen DT Wisconsin
10 225 Vikings Jabari Price CB North Carolina
11 226 Rams Mitchell Van Dyk OT Portland St.
12 227 Seahawks Kiero Small RB Arkansas
13 228 Redskins (from TEN) Zach Hocker K Arkansas
14 229 Lions Nate Freese K Boston College
15 230 Steelers Rob Blanchflower TE Massachusetts
16 231 Cowboys Ben Gardner DE Stanford
17 232 Colts Ulrick John OG Georgia St.
18 233 Jets Trevor Reilly OLB Utah
19 234 Dolphins Terrence Fede DE Marist
20 235 Raiders (from ARI) Shelby Harris DE Illinois St.
21 236 Packers Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley St.
22 237 Eagles Seantrel Henderson OT Miami
23 238 Cowboys (from KC) Will Smith OLB Texas Tech
24 239 Bengals James Wright WR LSU
25 240 Chargers Tevin Reese WR Baylor
26 241 Rams (from IND) C.B. Bryant FS Ohio St.
27 242 Broncos (from NO) Corey Nelson OLB Oklahoma
28 243 49ers (from CAR) Kaleb Ramsey DE Boston College
29 244 Patriots Jeremy Gallon WR Michigan
30 245 49ers Trey Millard FB Oklahoma
31 246 Bears (from DEN) Charles Leno Jr OT Boise St.
32 247 Raiders (from SEA) Jonathan Dowling SS Western Kentucky
33 248 Cowboys Ahmad Dixon SS Baylor
34 249 Rams Michael Sam DE Missouri
35 250 Rams Rhaney Demetrius C Tennessee St.
36 251 Cowboys Ken Bishop DT Northern Illinois
37 252 Bengals Lavelle Westbrooks CB Georgia Southern
38 253 Falcons Yawin Smallwood OLB Connecticut
39 254 Cowboys Terrance Mitchell CB Oregon
40 255 Falcons Tyler Starr OLB South Dakota

And last but not least...

Mr. Irrelevant 2014 the Houston Texans' new free safety Lonnie Ballentine, formerly of Memphis.

That's your lot for the 2014 NFL Draft.  Be sure to check back tomorrow for a roundup of Bears draft news and reviews, and a special postdraft recap stream featuring our own Steven Schweickert and Sam Householder.