The Chicago Bears have reportedly put a for sale sign out for the No. 1 pick as the organization has settled on its support of Justin Fields as a franchise quarterback.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the Bears have already been approached by multiple teams about trading the draft’s No. 1 overall pick, and Chicago is said to be “leaning toward” moving the pick.

As for potential trade partners, ESPN noted that the Bears own the top pick in a year when anywhere from 8 to 12 teams could be looking to make a switch at quarterback.

For historical context, since the AFL/NFL merger in 1967, the No. 1 pick has been traded 12 times before the start of the draft. It last happened in 2016, when the Los Angeles Rams moved from No. 15 to No. 1 two weeks before selecting quarterback Jared Goff out of Cal. It was only the second time in the past 22 years that the No. 1 pick changed hands before the draft (the Atlanta Falcons moved up from No. 2 to draft Michael Vick first overall in 2001).