How do you replace one of the top wide receivers in franchise history?
By drafting his baby brother. Figuratively.
When the Bears’ turn on the draft clock came at No. 7 on Thursday night, Bears GM Ryan Pace was faced with a decision.
In the Bears’ 29 previous drafts since winning Super Bowl XX, they’ve had just six Top 10 picks. They’ve batted just .500 in those rare opportunities if you call Curtis Conway (No.
Pat Mannelly always did get it, right up to the end.