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With four sixth-round picks, the Bears will have multiple
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In addition to their own sixth-round selection (No. 204),
they received a sixth-round choice from the Dolphins (No.
208) in exchange for tight end Adam Shaheen and two
compensatory picks from the NFL (Nos. 221 and 228) as the
result of a net loss of unrestricted free agents.
Players the Bears have selected in the sixth round in
past drafts include a two-time Pro Bowl quarterback, the
franchise leader in games played and a starter on their
last Super Bowl defense.Quarterback Ed Brown (1952)
played his first eight NFL seasons with the Bears from
1954-61, joining the team after spending two years in the
military. He was voted to the Pro Bowl in 1955 and 1956
after beating out George Blanda for the starting job.
In 1956, Brown led the Bears to a 9-2-1 record and the
Western Conference title, a half-game ahead of the
Detroit Lions (9-3). He topped the NFL in passing that
season, completing 96 of 168 passes for 1,667 yards and
Drafted in 1998 out of Duke, long-snapper Patrick
Mannelly set team records for most seasons (16) and games
played (245) with the Bears, retiring after the 2013
season. He played on four division championship teams in
2001, 2005, 2006 and 2010.
Drafted by the Bears in 2005 out of Louisiana-Monroe,
safety Chris Harris made an immediate impact as a rookie,
intercepting two Brett Favre passes in a division-
clinching win over the Packers in Green Bay on Christmas
Harris appeared in 44 games with 39 starts in two stints
with the Bears from 2005-06 and 2010-11, registering 10
interceptions. He later served as an assistant coach with
the team in 2013-14 and is now defensive backs coach with
the Washington Football Team.