Posted May 09, 2012 on
Chicago has agreed to terms with the team's fourth-round selection, tight end Evan Rodriguez. The Bears have now signed three of their six 2012 draft picks.
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The Chicago Bears signed a pair of draft choices Tuesday, bringing to three the number of rookie selections under contract. Fourth-rounder Evan Rodriguez, a tight end/fullback from Temple, and cornerback Greg McCoy, the seventh-round selection both inked four year deals. The team has traditionally moved quickly to get their first-year players under contract, and this year is no exception...
The Bears selected former Temple tight end Evan Rodriguez with their fourth-round pick in this year’s draft. We go to the film room to get a better grasp on his all-around game.
In documents obtained by The Sports Xchange, the Chicago Bears' rookie allocation pool total for 2012 is 26th lowest in the NFL this season.
Cornerback Isaiah Frey agreed to a four-year deal with the Bears. Financial terms were not disclosed. The 184th overall pick in the sixth round of last month's NFL Draft, Frey had 141 tackles and seven interceptions in 51 career games with Nevada.
Amongst NFL analysts there are widely varying opinions on Bears second-round pick Alshon Jeffery. We dissected hours of film to help decipher what type of player he’ll be at the next level.
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a four-year contract with rookie cornerback Greg McCoy, the team's seventh-round selection this year.
While he doesn’t get the same amount of publicity as his defensive teammates, Bears nickelback D.J. Moore’s has more impact on defense than any other member of the secondary.
So, apparently all you have to do to become an elite quarterback is say that you are an elite quarterback. This worked well for Eli Manning last year, and to be fair he kind of backed it up by leading his team to the a Super Bowl victory. Joe Flacco's name was also bandied around as someone who might be taking the next step up, but I for one remain a little unconvinced of that...
Bears agree to deals with Rodriguez, McCoy - Bears hope to have all of their draft picks under contract by Monday.
Time to bring Tommie Harris back - Dan Pompei: Would come cheap as a fourth DT in a rotation, could be effective if used for 10-15 snaps a game.
Larry Mayer's Chalk Talk - Discusses the Bears' WR depth, McClellin's role as a rookie, and a biting, critical...
Marinelli excited to work with top pick - Marinelli compares McClellin to Rams' Leonard Little and Lions' Cliff Avril, both 3rd-rounders. Hope we didn't overdraft for him, then.
Marshall expecting big things from Hester - "Has all the skills to be a great, a Pro Bowl WR." He'd better develop soon, then: Hester turns 30 this season.