Michael Haynes-DE-Penn State-Round 1 2003:The biggest busts are reserved for the failed first-round picks. Haynes was selected with the 14th overall pick, their top pick in the draft that year, after leading the Big Ten conference in sacks the previous year. The Bears could have stayed with the 13th pick and taken a solid player in defensive end Ty Warren, but traded down one spot with the New England Patriots. At that spot the Bears might have chosen safety Troy Polamalu, center Jeff Faine, guard Eric Steinbeck or cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, but they didn’t. Haynes only started four games for the Bears, registered 5.5 sacks, and was cut after three seasons.