2013 NFL Draft
Replacing a once-in-a-generation talent like Brian Urlacher is virtually impossible.
It’s rare for a prospect with only a handful of collegiate starts to end up as the 20th overall selection in the NFL draft, yet that’s exactly where Kyle Long found himself this past April 25th.
The Bears inked first-round draft picked Kyle Long to a four-year contract over the weekend with an option for a fifth year.
Due to a technicality in NFL rules, Bears No. 1 overall draft pick Kyle Long will miss most of the team’s offseason program.
The Bears announced today they have agree to terms on four-year contracts with fourth-round linebacker Khaseem Greene and seventh-round wide receiver Marquess Wilson.
In 2012, the NFC North was the only division in football with three double-digit win teams. On the surface, every team sensibly addressed need positions. However, there are always surprises, both good and bad, and expectations unmet, but in some instances exceeded.
The Chicago Bears devoted a second straight draft pick to the linebacker position by selecting Khaseem Greene of Rutgers in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday.
Phil Emery did it again.
Kyle Long’s road to the NFL wasn’t easy, to say the least.
If you want feel good about the Bears first-round selection Kyle Long, just talk to veteran offensive line coach Tony Wise, who worked the 24-year-old offensive lineman out in preparation for the Senior Bowl.
For the second straight year, Bears general manager Phil Emery’s first-round selection raised eyebrows.
Let’s be honest, Kyle Long has credentials you might find for an undrafted free agent — not a first-round pick.
The Bears selected Oregon offensive lineman Kyle Long Thursday night with the 20th overall pick in the NFL Draft.
Curvin Johnson? Yeah, he’ll be a great NFL wide receiver.
Emery has to hit a home run in this draft and give Trestman at least two regular starters. At least one of those players must come on the offensive side.
After months of evaluation and speculation, we are close to receiving some finality on where this year’s NFL Draft prospects will end up.
It’s draft day eve, and NFL fans are downright giddy. This is the most unpredictable draft I can recall in years, simply because of the lackluster quarterback class.
Quarterbacks are lacking and skill-position players are down. It’s time to load up on the building blocks of the game.
You have to absorb every word an NFL general manager tells you before a draft carefully, but Emery did mention a number of things to keep in mind before the Bears make their selection.
This is the third in a series of mock drafts for the Chicago Bears leading up to the NFL Draft April 25-27.