One member of the Bears’ former coaching staff described linebacker Shea McClellin as “just sufficient,” a barely adequate NFL player but nothing special.
As we assessed the Bears' needs and what was available heading into Friday's second and third rounds of the NFL Draft, there still appeared to be quality and depth available at outside linebacker.
John Fox began drafts in his two previous stops by addressing the pass rush for Carolina and Denver teams in sore need of just that.
When the Bears’ turn on the draft clock came at No. 7 on Thursday night, Bears GM Ryan Pace was faced with a decision.