The entire 2014 Bears draft class is now in the fold.
Bears general manager Phil Emery said on Thursday that he and his staff are arriving at a cluster of six players they would take with their No. 14 pick of the first-round.
In the 2010 draft, eight safeties were taken within the first 76 picks, with Major Wright (the seventh) going to the Bears in the third round, at No.
Confidence is not only a good thing; it is an indispensable component of success in more than just the NFL.
For the better part of his first two offseasons as Bears general manager, Phil Emery busied himself with building a championship offense around quarterback Jay Cutler.