After completing the draft Saturday night, the Bears signed veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer to a one-year contract.
The Bears addressed their secondary for the third time in four picks when they selected William & Mary defensive back DeAndre Houston-Carson with the 185th pick in the sixth round.
With their final pick in the draft, the Bears selected Western Michigan receiver Daniel Braverman in the seventh round at No. 230 overall.
After spending four straight picks on defense, the Bears addressed the other side of the ball by selecting Indiana running back Jordan Howard with the 150th choice in the fifth round.
The Bears continued to wheel and deal Thursday, trading up four spots in the fourth round of the draft to select West Virginia inside linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski with the 113th pick.
The Bears continued to bolster their defense in the fourth round of the draft by choosing Miami safety Deon Bush with the 124th overall selection.
Three picks after drafting Miami safety Deon Bush, the Bears addressed their secondary again by choosing Northern Iowa cornerback Deiondre’ Hall at No. 127 in the fourth round.
Bears third-round draft pick Jonathan Bullard will begin his NFL career with a chip on his shoulder, the same way he started his senior season at Florida.
Bears second-round pick Cody Whitehair, an offensive lineman from Kansas State, will bring versatility and toughness to Chicago.
The Bears addressed their defense by selecting Florida defensive end Jonathan Bullard with the 72nd overall pick in the third round of the NFL Draft.
After trading down twice and acquiring three additional picks, the Bears selected Kansas State guard Cody Whitehair with the 56th choice in the second round of the draft.
Bears first-round draft pick Leonard Floyd felt right at home Friday at Halas Hall, joining a 3-4 defense just like the one he played in at Georgia.
ESPN analyst Todd McShay chose the Bears’ selection of Georgia outside linebacker Leonard Floyd at No. 9 as the third best pick in the first round.
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A first-round trade netted the Bears outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, a pick that made both the team and its fans quite pleased.