Garrett Wolfe-RB-Northern Illinois-Round 3 2007:Angelo again traded down in the ill-fated 2007 NFL draft, a year that failed to produce a single selection that is still with the team as of 2012. For the Bears’ 37th overall selection (obtained in a swap of second-round picks with the New York Jets for RB Thomas Jones), the Bears obtained from San Diego their second, third and fifth-round picks in 2007 as well as their third-rounder in 2008. With the Chargers’ third-round pick the Bears chose Wolfe. The pick was a shock to most, as the diminutive runner was predicted by most draftniks to go anywhere from the sixth round to being an undrafted free agent. Yet Angelo made the pick in a place where winning teams need to find starters. Angelo would go on to say that his organization felt so strongly about Wolfe that in the end it didn’t matter where he was selected, as long as the Bears got him. In retrospect, players Angelo might have selected rather than Wolfe included starting NFL tackles Doug Free and Jermon Bushrod, safety Dashon Goldson, or new Bears running back Michael Bush. Wolfe was tried as a gadget on offense by the Bears mostly in his rookie season, without much success. Wolfe did end up being a solid special teamer, but in his four years with the Bears only rushed 72 times for 282 yards (3.9 yard average) and a single touchdown.