The Chargers have the No. 13 overall selection in this year’s draft, but there’s the possibility of the thought of moving back and acquiring more picks via trade with a quarterback-needy team could intrigue.
In this case, the Bears, who could be looking to take their quarterback of the future, choose to move up seven spots to get their guy. In return, Los Angeles gets their first, third and fifth-round picks.
Let’s take a look at how the Bolts’ draft shakes up after trading back in my latest four-round projection.