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Chicago Bears sign Kevin White, Eddie Goldman; only Hroniss Grasu remaining

The Bears may not have won a trophy since the NFC Championship in 2006, but that's only because there's no award for getting a team's draft picks signed first... probably because it'd be the Cliff Stein award, and reside permanently in Halas Hall.

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Yesterday afternoon we heard the news that the Chicago Bears had signed Tayo Fabuluje, Adrian Amos, and Jeremy Langford, half of their 2015 draft class.  Having seen how quickly Cliff Stein gets to work, there was probably very little doubt among Bears fans that the rest would put their names to the dotted line sooner rather than later.  Prepare to be not entirely disappointed:

Kevin White is, of course, the Bears' first-round pick (7th overall), while Eddie Goldman was taken in the second round (39th overall).

As Not-Hub Fishbain tweeted yesterday, the Bears signed all of their 2014 draft picks before the start of rookie minicamp last year; it's fair to assume that remains the goal for this year, too, and my money's on Stein getting it done with Hroniss Grasu before the 2015 rookie minicamp kicks off on Friday morning.

Edit: Had to pass on Dan Durkin's very funny comment: