Chicago has now signed five of its six draft picks.
The Bears have signed Jeremy Langford, Adrian Amos and Tayo Fabuluje.
Ryan Pace has made a major change.
The experts are nearly unanimous in a grade for Chicago: B.
The Bears were busy after the draft concluded.
Pace’s initial draft class was four deep on offense and two deep on defense.
Chicago added another offensive lineman to its draft class.
Amos has all the traits scouts look for in a safety, but must become a more reliable open-field tackler.
The Bears have picked their 10th safety since 2005.
Langford was a productive runner at Michigan State who can contribute immediately on offense and special teams.
Chicago added depth to a position of uncertainty.
Grasu was a four-year starter at Oregon.
Goldman’s powerful at the point of attack and effective against the run.
Goldman will beef up the interior of the line under new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
“I was hoping and praying that I would end up” in Chicago, White says.
Landon Collins and Randy Gregory are two names to watch.
Pace spoke with excitement for an offense built around Cutler.
Here’s Dan Durkin’s look at the newest member of the Chicago Bears: WR Kevin White.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled right now,” Bears GM Ryan Pace said.
Bronson was given a two-year deal after impressing during a minicamp tryout.