Pace’s initial draft class was four deep on offense and two deep on defense.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports thousands converged on State Street, taking in the sights and sounds of the Polish Constitution Day Parade.
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.
Chicago added depth to a position of uncertainty.
Goldman’s powerful at the point of attack and effective against the run.
An estimated 50,000 people visited Draft Town in Grant Park on the first day of a three-day fan festival outside the Auditorium Theatre, where the draft stage has been set up.
Landon Collins and Randy Gregory are two names to watch.
Pace kept it simple, taking the best available player in Kevin White.
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“We couldn’t be more thrilled right now,” Bears GM Ryan Pace said.
Laken Tomlinson credits a Chicago-area family with introducing him to football and the importance of academics. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Pace has prepared his entire career for this pivotal moment with the Bears.
Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey admitted they’d first have to solve the problem of the stadium being about 8,000 seats too small for what the NFL wants for a Super Bowl.
Representatives from every NFL team are in town for the draft, and the league has transformed part of Grant Park into “Draft Town,” a sprawling fan festival where fans can meet this year’s prospects, watch the draft, and even learn football skills.
CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports with workers adding finishing touches to the sprawling Draft Town, children from Chicago schools got some football tips from top prospects whose names will be called tomorrow night.
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Pace is confident in his draft plans.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was enjoying his role playing host to the 2015 NFL Draft on Wednesday, hoping to convince NFL officials to bring the draft back to Chicago for years to come.