M.D. Jennings wasn’t even drafted by the Green Bay Packers, so in that sense, he beat the odds by making the team three years ago.
The Bears were widely expected to address safety with their pick at No. 14 of the first round. But they also had even bigger needs at cornerback and defensive tackle.
With safeties Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix and Calvin Pryor available at No. 14 of the draft’s first round, the Bears selected Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller.
Bears GM Phil Emery said last week that he expected to get an immediate impact player at No. 14 of the draft. He got that in Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller.