2023 NFL Mock Draft: Bears stockpile future picks, Bucs trade up for QB, Packers finally take first-round WR

The NFL combine gets underway this week, which means that the draft stock of several hundred players,

 will likely be viewed in a different light seven days from now.

That, of course, includes the quarterbacks, a group that's considered much better than its 2022 counterparts,

and will likely see four off the board in the top 10.

This week, for fun, we had two teams trading up for franchise passers.

 No surprise that the Colts move up three spots to get their QB of the future (not Anthony Richardson!), while the Bears move to No. 4 and stockpile picks.

Specifically, the Colts get the No. 1 overall selection and the Bears get Nos. 4, 36, 80 and a 2024 first-

and second-rounder. If this compensation looks familiar, we're lifting it from the most recent

"With the First Pick" podcast, the one where CBS Sports Draft Analyst Josh Edwards proposed it. 


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