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The Bears finished out their 2020 NFL Draft by selecting

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The Chicago Bears finished up their 2020 Draft with back-to-back selections following their earlier wheeling and dealing.

After dealing with the Eagles to get WR Darnell Mooney from Tulane, they ended up with the 226th and 227th picks in the seventh round.

Ryan Pace, perhaps channelling social media outrage, addressed offensive line with the team’s final two selections, taking tackles Arlington Hambright (Colorado) and Lachavious Simmons (Tennessee State).

Bears once had success taking a late-round player from Tennessee State, a defensive end by the name of Richard Dent.

One or both may have guard potential and Hambright has quite the athletic profile.

Here’s how Twitter reacted (as you may have expected, there was a lot of talk of their names):

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