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Chicago Bears sign Tayo Fabuluje, Adrian Amos, Jeremy Langford, add ex-Broncos OT

Cliff Stein gets to work, and the Bears bring in another O-lineman who's familiar to the coaching staff from Denver.

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Cliff Stein, the Chicago Bears’ vice president of football administration and chief contract negotiator, isn't known for hanging about when there's work to be done, and this year is no exception: the Bears have announced the signing of two of their six selections from the 2015 NFL draft - which only concluded on Saturday - with offensive tackle Tayo Fabuluje, taken in the sixth round (183rd overall pick) out of TCU, and safety Adrian Amos, taken in the 4th round (142nd overall), both agreeing to four-year contracts.

Not-Hub Fishbain reminds us how last year's rookie signings played out:

Ravens reporter Aaron Wilson had details for Amos' contract:

EDIT: Well, obviously Cliff Stein was going to get yet another of the draft class signed between me starting this post and actually getting it finished!  Jeremy Langford was taken in the fourth round (106th overall).

Three down, three to go.


In a separate roster development, the Bears claimed OT Paul Cornick off waivers from the Denver Broncos, where he appeared in twelve games last season (with six starts) as an extra tight end and right tackle.  As another O-lineman having familiarity with head coach John Fox, offensive coordinator Adam Gase, and offensive line coach Dave Magazu - the Bears, as you'll recall, have already added center Will Montgomery - Adam L. Jahns thinks the 26 year-old, who entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets, could be the main competition for Jordan Mills at the right tackle spot.

Is Jahns correct?  Share any thoughts you may have in the comments.