2014 NFL Draft
Charles Tillman also says he won’t teach Kyle Fuller; instead, he’ll look to lead by example.
Kyle Fuller’s blue suit and solid red satin necktie caught the eye of some experts.
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The Chicago Bears selected offensive tackle Charles Leno from Boise State in the seventh round.
A San Jose State product, Fales (6-2/212) led the nation in completion percentage (72.5%) as a junior, finishing his career with 8,382 passing yards, a 68% completion percentage and a three-to-one touchdown (66) to interception (22) ratio.
The Chicago Bears selected Miami punter Pat O’Donnell with their second pick in the sixth round.
Fales threw for 4,189 yards as a senior at San Jose State.
Chicago sent two fifth-rounders to Denver, which gave up a fourth-rounder and seventh-rounder.
Carey is a tough, contact runner with quality vision who can complement starter Matt Forte.
The Chicago Bears selected Arizona running back Ka’Deem Caery in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
The Bears passed on the safeties, instead opting to address the interior of their defense.
The Bears added to their defensive line with Ego Ferguson out of LSU.
There remain a handful of intriguing defensive linemen on the board for the second round.
Carlos Hyde, Bishop Sankey and Tre Mason are three of the top tailbacks available.
There was a great deal of wheeling and dealing in the Browns’ draft room Thursday night.
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Kyle Fuller’s a hard hitter who can also cover quite a bit of ground.
New Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller also is willing to play some special teams.
The Bears addressed a big need Thursday night, just one that might not seem as glaring right now.
The Bears drafted Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller with the No. 14 overall pick in Thursday night’s NFL Draft.