The Bears will begin the 2016 season with two de facto No. 1 draft choices as the team has elected to let rookie wide receiver Kevin White, the No.
By Murray Pam
It doesn’t mean anything yet and ultimately may not in any case, but the name “Kevin White” was not mentioned among Bears either not practicing (safety Antrel Rolle, wide receiver Eddie Royal) or
The NFL is cracking down on the Bears this week.
Legendary Bears center Jay Hilgenberg made no secret of how much he liked going head-up, particularly against defensive tackles who had been No. 1 draft choices coming into the NFL.