Chase Claypool is being traded from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Chicago Bears, sources say

The Steelers will receive a second-round pick from the Bears in exchange for Claypool, a source told ESPN.

Bad Chicago Bears acquire a wide receiver Chase Claypool in exchange with Pittsburgh Steelersa source told Field Yates ESPN this tuesday.

Bad Steelers will get a second round pick from bears in trade for Claypoola source told Adam Schefter ESPN.

The 2020 second-round pick caught 32 passes for 311 yards and a touchdown for Steelers this season. He also threw for a touchdown and has 55 rushing yards on eight carries.

Claypool24, was at practice on Tuesday and spoke briefly to the media from his locker in the locker room about his strategy for the past week and discussions within the wide group on Pittsburgh.

Shortly after the interview, he left the locker room. With just a few minutes left in the open locker room, word got out that the wide receiver was heading over Chicago. The room was emptying, but the players who remained were noticeably quiet, including the group of wide-ear headphones gathered around the phones.

Claypool moved into place in this, his third campaign with Steelers, and had just one touchdown reception this season. In last Sunday’s loss to Philadelphia Eagles, Claypool threw a touchdown pass to the quarterback Derek Watt.

His best match was against Tampa Bay Buccaneerswhen he recorded seven catches on seven targeted passes for 96 yards.

Sin Claypoolwide receiver is likely Miles Boykin get more opportunities in attack than Steelers.

Bad bears were the most active team in NFL before the end of the transfer period, but as sellers, not as buyers. In the last days, Chicago replaced outside linebacker Robert Quinn in the Philadelphia Eaglesand middle linebacker Roquan Smith via trade to Baltimore Ravens.

Information from Brooke Pryor was used in the writing of this note.

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