The Chicago Bears are moving quickly on signing their 2015 NFL Draft picks. The team signed draft picks Jeremy Langford, Adrian Amos and Tayo Fabuluje to four-year deals on Tuesday. On Wednesday Cliff Stein, the organization’s chief contract negotiator went to work again.
The team agreed to a four-year deal with first round pick Kevin White as well as second round pick Eddie Goldman. The Bears selected White with the seventh overall pick in the draft last Thursday as they look to address a need with the wide receiver. White’s contract includes a team option for the fifth year. Numbers on the contract have yet to be disclosed.
Goldman’s contract is also a four-year deal and leaves the Bears with just one draft pick left unsigned. The team has not reached an agreement with third round pick Hroniss Grasu, but a deal could come at anytime with the way Stein works.
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