Bears Pick DT Will Sutton At 82nd OverallWill Sutton dropped enough weight in the offseason to earn a third round selection from the Bears.
Bears Draft DT Ego Ferguson With No. 51 Overall PickThe Bears added to their defensive line with Ego Ferguson out of LSU.
Emanuel Trying To Lure NFL Draft To ChicagoAs the NFL Draft begins Thursday evening in New York, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is hoping to bring the three-day spectacle to Chicago as soon as next year.
Ten Foot Mailbag: Does A Cutler Contract Hinge On The Playoffs?I doubt that’s the deciding factor when Phil Emery sits down with Cutler’s representation after this season.
Baffoe: Carimi Trade An End To Bad Angelo Drafting Era"He's not a perfect player. We like the fit. We like what he brings to us intangibly. We wanted to get better up front. He's a seasoned player."
Durkin: Projected Bears Rookie Contract Pool
Pompei: McClellin A 'Safe Pick' Before the name "Shea McClellin" came out of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's mouth as the Bears No. 19 selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, few saw the selection coming.
WR Gets Prank Call Telling Him He Would Be Drafted In First Round The first round of the 2012 NFL Draft wasn't a happy time for all college football players.
Photo: Dick Butkus During 1964 NFL DraftCheck out this picture of Dick Butkus as he reacts to being drafted by the Bears with the third pick in the 1964 NFL Draft.
McNeil: No Help For Cutler Is Just OffensiveThere's no reason to barbecue Phil Emery after the new GM's first few hours in the Bears' war room. I have no interest, however, in standing in line with anybody desirous of tossing rose petals at his feet.
49ers Select Illinois WR A.J. Jenkins At No. 30Just for fun, general manager Trent Baalke wrote A.J. Jenkins' name on a piece of paper and put it in an envelope. If all went according to plan, he would be San Francisco's selection with the 30th pick in the NFL draft.
Silverman: Second Round Studs Can Make A DifferenceThese players are often overlooked during the draft because most observers like to focus on the superstars, but successful drafting in the second round often provide teams with core players.