General manager Ryan Pace and coach John Fox both expressed excitement Saturday night about the five players the Bears selected in the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Bears addressed their offensive line in the fifth round of the draft Saturday, choosing Kutztown guard/tackle Jordan Morgan with the 147th overall pick.
With their second pick in the fourth round of the draft Saturday, the Bears selected North Carolina A&T running back Tarik Cohen with the 119th overall pick.
The Bears on Saturday bolstered their secondary by trading up five spots in the fourth round of the draft to select Alabama safety Eddie Jackson with the No. 112 overall pick.
Tight end Adam Shaheen, the Bears' second-round draft pick, is confident and excited about making the leap from Division II Ashland University to the NFL.
After trading down nine spots in the second round of the draft, the Bears on Friday night selected 6-6, 277-pound tight end Adam Shaheen with the 45th overall pick.
Bears first-round draft pick Mitchell Trubisky displayed poise, confidence and command during his introductory press conference Friday afternoon at Halas Hall.
A look at what writers across the Internet are saying about the Bears following the first round of the NFL Draft.
The Bears stunned the NFL Thursday night by trading up one spot in the first round of the draft to select North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with the second overall pick.
After boldly trading up to draft quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the first round, Bears GM Ryan Pace said: "There are times when you've got to be aggressive."
After being selected by the Bears with the second pick in the draft, North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is "ready to get to Chicago and show them what I'm all about."
Follow along as Bears senior writer Larry Mayer tweets during the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft and the rest of the social media activity surrounding the Bears.
Senior writer Larry Mayer provides everything you need to know about the Bears and the NFL Draft, from start times each day to interesting nuggets.
With the NFL Draft just a few hours away, we take a look at who analysts think the Bears will select with the No. 3 pick.
The Bears are only in the second week of their offseason program, but receiver Josh Bellamy is already impressed with new quarterback Mike Glennon's work ethic and leadership.