Bears' draft choices turn up the heat on veterans - Dan Wiederer with a pick-by-pick look at the veterans put on notice by the ripple effect of each selection.
Draft analysis - Not-Hub Fishbain, Son of Hub: Which veterans can breathe a sigh of relief that they won't have a high draft pick competing for their job, and which will have to battle to make the roster?
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Bears agree to terms with White and Goldman - Not-Hub Fishbain: The Bears got their top two picks under contract on Wednesday when they agreed to terms with No. 7 overall pick Kevin White and second-round DT Eddie Goldman.
Changes at NT involve more than drafting Goldman - Moon Mullin: Combination of Eddie Goldman flanked by Jarvis Jenkins and Ray McDonald in 3-4 base, with Ego Ferguson jumping in with Jeremiah Ratliff on sub packages becomes an intriguing prospect.
Langford is great complement for Forte - Blair Sheade: Beat writer Joe Rexrode thought Michigan State back Jeremy Langford was good enough to be selected in the second or third round, and will take a load off Matt Forte.
Kyle Long: Hroniss Grasu 'tough, hard-nosed, athletic' - Fred Mitchell: Bears third-year guard lauds former Oregon teammate as "a tremendous football player and the kind of leader that we need in our locker room."
[Video] SportsTalk Live - How much will Kevin White help Jay Cutler?
Which rookie WR will have the biggest impact in 2015? - (NFL.com): Nine receivers flew off the board in the first two rounds, headlined by Amari Cooper and Kevin White. Which rookie wideout will have the most yards this season?
NFC North draft grades - Bucky Brooks: The Bears cleaned up in the talent department, with Kevin White headlining an impressive haul.
[Video] ChicagoBears.com - Kyle Long talks to reporters during his school visit to announce funding of 'Blessings in a Backpack', a weekend meal program and playground renovations.
Mock Draft - Chris Burke starts the madness for 2016.
Know thy enemy: Packers - Rob Demovsky: University of Michigan defensive assistant Greg Mattison says linebacker Jake Ryan has the ability and attitude to succeed at the NFL level.
Know thy enemy: Lions - Michael Rothstein: GM Martin Mayhew has tried to make the draft a collaborative process between the team's front office, coaches and scouts.
Know thy enemy: Vikings - Ben Goessling: For the first time since 2012, the Vikings will head into OTAs with an open spot on their O-line. [What, no love for J-Webb Nation? - Den]
I'm calling these guys the Beakie Boys.