This is getting too easy.
I picture Cliff Stein, Vice President of Football Administration and General Counsel for the Chicago Bears, walking around Halas Hall in a ten gallon cowboy hat and two ballpoint pens holstered to his hips. The man is a machine when it comes to hammering out contracts.
The Chicago Bears have announced two more rookies in the fold today.
The #Bears have agreed to terms on a 4-year contract with T Charles Leno, Jr, 2014 7th-round Draft pick.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 13, 2014
LM: #Bears agree to terms with fourth-round pick Ka'Deem Carey on 4-year deal.— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 13, 2014
Both offensive tackle Charles Leno Jr. and running back Ka'Deem Carey will need to battle it out for their roster spot. 7th round pick Leno was a left tackle at Boise State and 4th rounder Carey was a workhorse tailback at Arizona.
No specific contract details have emerged, but if you're interested in rookie pool estimates you can check out Over The Cap.