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David Haugh: Ryan Pace goes bold for the Bears in the draft … now Mitch Trubisky needs to raise his game, too

Intrepid Bears general manager Ryan Pace summed up why he moved up 14 spots in the NFL draft to select Iowa State running back David Montgomery, using the words that drive his actions every April.

"No regrets," Pace told reporters at Halas Hall. "If we see something, and we have consensus on it, then we're going to make it happen."

History says the only surprise in Pace's trade with the Patriots - swapping third-round slots in this draft and a fourth- and fifth-round choice in 2020 for a sixth-rounder next year - would

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