The Bears Beat (05.01.13): Bears move quickly to sign draft picks

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As is the case almost every year, the Bears moved quickly to sign their draft picks by agreeing to terms with offensive tackle Jordan Mills and defensive end Cornelius Washington. Also, Soldier Field will host a Blackhawks game in 2014. Plus, the team will be looking to continue remodeling their scouting staff.

Bears move quickly, sign a pair of draft picks
Wed May 1 17:13:34 2013
The Bears are once again working quickly on transactions that have become perfunctory, becoming the first team to sign a draft …

Bears sign draft picks Mills, Washington
Wed May 1 16:09:02 2013
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears agreed to terms on four-year deals with fifth-round draft choice Jordan Mills, an offensive tackle …

Move Over Chicago Bears, Soldier Field Set to Host Blackhawks vs Penguins
Wed May 1 12:59:23 2013
Move over Chicago Bears, Soldier Field will be playing host to the Chicago Blackhawks in 2014. The rumors have been swirling …

Bears still shuffling scouts
Wed May 1 11:24:00 2013
Although the Chicago Bears did a pretty dramatic scouting department makeover at this time one year ago, they still will be …

Dan Pompei’s Bears mailbag
Wed May 1 09:51:00 2013
The Tribune’s Bears columnist answers readers questions about position battles, Kyle Long’s future, other draft picks and …

Brandon Meriweather keeping focus on training camp (National Football Post)
Wed May 1 09:20:35 2013
Redskins safety aims to be healthy in time

Chicago Bears 2013 NFL Draft Analysis
Wed May 1 09:13:40 2013
Originally Posted on Judging by the initial feedback from the “experts” the Chicago Bears NFL Draft …

Helmet, pads not as heavy as Lawrence Okoye expected (National Football Post)
Wed May 1 08:40:29 2013
British discus thrower literally learning basics

Bucs will honor Warren Sapp in team’s Ring of Honor (National Football Post)
Wed May 1 08:06:15 2013
Former DT goes into Pro Football Hall of Fame in August

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