The only six-round picks drafted by the Bears who finished last season on the Chicago roster were long-snapper Patrick Mannelly (1998) and kicker Paul Edinger (2000).
Of the remaining compensatory selections, two are third-round picks, four are in both the fourth- and fifth-rounds and 16 choices are in the seventh-round.
Compensatory picks cannot be traded. Buffalo was awarded four of the 32 compensatory selections while Baltimore, Detroit, San Francisco and Tampa Bay each received three.
The Bears' eight choices will come in Rounds 1 (29th overall), 2 (63rd), 3 (93rd), 4 (129th), 5 (165), and 6 (199, 203 and 210). They acquired their first sixth-round pick and dealt away a seventh-round selection (241st) in last year's Cade McNown trade with Miami.