Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com and 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighborhood.
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The Bears took a chance in taking Floyd, but the potential is certainly there.
An undrafted free agent, Robertson-Harris was in demand after falling out of the draft.
Hoyer brings stability to the backup quarterback role and key veteran experience.
Emma gives the Bears an “A'” for their 2016 draft.
Hoyer’s expected to compete for the Bears’ backup quarterback position.
Here’s a full glance at the Bears’ 2016 draft class.
Braverman projects to play slot receiver for the Bears.
The Bears have drafted three players to the secondary.
The Bears have bolstered their backfield by drafting Howard.
The Bears have selected five defensive players through four rounds.
The Bears moved up four spots to draft Kwiatkoski.
The Bears brass is elated by what’s been accomplished through three rounds.
Bullard was a third-team All-American as a senior in 2015.
Chicago twice traded back from No. 41 before selected at No. 56.
Floyd was introduced at Halas Hall on Friday.
Who are options for the Bears’ second-round pick? There’s a lot to like.
The Bears moved up two spots to take Floyd with the ninth overall pick.
Pace’s detailed scouting techniques empower his scouts and coaches to impact the draft board.
Bears GM Ryan Pace expressed his openness to moving up or down from the 11th pick.
The Bears remain in communication with Jeffery, who is training in Florida.