(CBS) After months of speculation, anticipation and impatience, it’s finally here.
It’s NFL Draft week.READ MORE: Investigators Raid Three Locations Of Parlor Pizza Restaurant
For a team that’s already made some big offseason moves and has championship aspirations, the Bears have a big week in front of them. The defense still has holes, and they have seven selections to utilize.
How it will play out, no one is certain, but our team is here to keep you as informed as possible. So, leading up to the start of the draft Thursday night, you will be able to find all the latest news, links and logistical information right here in a one-stop shop.
Take a look, and be sure to check back for updates.
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NFL Draft schedule
The draft will be held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Round 1: Thursday, 7 p.m. (ESPN, NFL Network)
Rounds 2-3: Friday, 5:30 p.m. (ESPN, NFL Network)
Rounds 4-7: Saturday, 11 a.m. (ESPN, NFL Network)
Note: Teams have 10 minutes to make picks in the first round, seven minutes to make picks in the second round and five minutes in every round thereafter. It’s likely the Bears will make their first-round selection at No. 14 overall sometime in the 8:30 p.m.-9 p.m. range, if history is any indication.
No. 14 overall (first round)
No. 51 (second round)
No. 82 (third round)
No. 117 (fourth round)
No. 156 (fifth round)
No. 183 (sixth round)
No. 191 (sixth round)
670 The Score coverage
While the White Sox games will be broadcast live on 670 AM on Thursday and Friday nights, you can get full draft coverage from the 670 team with the stream of a live show during the draft. Hub Arkush, Dan Pompei and former Bears executive Greg Gabriel will be in studio, while Adam Hoge and Zach Zaidman will be on site at Halas Hall to bring you the latest news along with pick analysis. The show will include guests and be listener interactive, with call-ins encouraged.MORE NEWS: Bears Prepare To Take On 49ers; Coach Matt Nagy, Who Recently Tested Positive For COVID-19, May Not Be There
You can listen by streaming here.