Former NIU quarterback Jordan Lynch took one step closer to living his dream when he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Bears on Saturday following the 2014 NFL Draft.
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.
The 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone, and the Bears seem to feel good about their eight-man class, which included Virginia Tech CB Kyle Fuller, the No. 14 overall pick.
The 2014 draft has brought with it a considerably higher level of one important element for a football team than either of GM Phil Emery’s previous two:
It is precisely the kind of description a personnel executive would like to have for a running back: “He just knows where to find the soft spots and take that little sidestep and keep grinding for