Report: Bears offered three 1st-rounders, a 3rd-rounder, two starters for Russell Wilson

The Bears added Andy Dalton on a one-year deal after striking out in their pursuit of Russell Wilson.
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(670 The Score) The Bears failed in their effort to acquire Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson on the trade market -- but not before making a significant offer.

The Bears offered the Seahawks three first-round picks, a third-round pick and two starters, according to national radio host Dan Patrick. His report didn't include whom the two starters were.

Bears general manager Ryan Pace met with Seahawks general manager John Schneider in Fargo, North Dakota last week at the pro day workout for North Dakota State quarterback Trey Lance, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported Wednesday on "Good Morning Football."

Bernstein: After all that, we get Andy Dalton? Really?

After their offer for Wilson came up short, the Bears added veteran quarterback Andy Dalton on one-year deal worth $10 million and with $3 million in incentives, sources told 670 The Score. The Bears can make the signing of Dalton official at 3 p.m. CT Wednesday, when the new league year opens.