Much the same as with the first offer ignore the player on Atlanta’s end and focus on the draft compensation. Atlanta gets a player they couldn’t find in the second round next off-season and Chicago gets a high draft pick for a player they are being forced to move.
Frank Darby is simply a throw-in to help clear the backlog of receivers on the Atlanta roster and give the Bears and Justin Fields a project receiver who looked explosive coming into his draft class. The problem for Darby in Atlanta has been an inability to make the catch consistently once he makes the catch he is an elite athlete that makes things happen.
Perhaps Fields and the Bears would be a better fit for Darby and give the receiver a chance to crack the rotation. Even if he proves to be a bust the team’s focus is on the draft pick and moving on from a player who is no longer to be there.
Smith in Atlanta wouldn’t make the team a contender but they push them a step in that direction and would give them an important piece to build around when the team makes a push to contend next off-season.