With the release of wide receiver Mark Bradley, the Chicago Bears’ 2005 Draft class is just about dried up. The lone remaining player from one of, if not the worst of Jerry Angelo’s draft classes is current starting quarterback Kyle Orton.
Here’s a look back at how that class was selected:
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That’s a pretty bad class and Chris Harris may be the only pick saving it from being a complete failure. Plus, Kyle Orton as a fourth round pick is not all that bad, either.
I want to thank reader Maelvampyre, who, on the syndication of this blog on SportingNews, pointed out the fact that Orton is the last man standing.
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