(CBS) The Bears have completed their second trade of Monday, dealing linebacker Jon Bostic to the Patriots, according to multiple reports.

Chicago will receive a sixth-round pick in return, according to the Tribune. ESPN first reported the deal.

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The Bears’ second-round selection in 2013, Bostic was reduced to a reserve role under the 3-4 defense of Vic Fangio. Bostic had sat out the first three games of this season with an ankle injury.

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Earlier Monday, Chicago traded linebacker Jared Allen to Carolina in exchange for a sixth-round pick.

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The Bears fell 26-0 to the Seahawks on Sunday to drop to 0-3. Chicago hosts Oakland Sunday at Soldier Field.