Bears Draft 2 Offensive Linemen In 7th Round

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(670 The Score) The Bears used their consecutive seventh-round picks on offensive linemen in the NFL Draft on Saturday afternoon, taking Colorado guard Arlington Hambright at No. 226 and Tennessee State tackle Lachavious Simmons at No. 227.

Hambright transferred first from junior college to Oklahoma State, then finished his collegiate career at Colorado. He started 11 games for the Buffaloes in 2019.

Simmons was a four-year starter at Tennessee State.​ His draft slot was acquired as part of the Bears' trade with the Eagles earlier in the afternoon in which Chicago traded three picks to move up to No. 173 in the fifth round, where it selected Tulane receiver Darnell Mooney.

The Bears have used all the picks they own in this NFL Draft and will be done for the day unless they trade into the end of the seventh round.

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