Bears Agree To Contracts With Two More Draft Picks

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears agreed to four-year contracts with two more draft picks in linebacker Khaseem Greene and receiver Marquess Wilson.

The deals were announced Thursday, one day after offensive tackle Jordan Mills and defensive end Cornelius Washington reached agreements. The only picks the Bears haven't signed are first-rounder Kyle Long and second-round selection Jon Bostic.

Greene, a fourth-round pick, had 387 tackles and an NCAA-record 15 forced fumbles at Rutgers. Wilson, taken in the seventh round, set Washington State's career receiving record with 3,207 yards.
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