The Bears continue to lead the league in draft picks signed, Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune reports.
They struck again Thursday, agreeing to terms with linebacker Khaseem Greene and wide receiver Marquess Wilson.
On Wednesday, they signed offensive tackle Jordan Mills and defensive end Cornelius Washington. They were the first NFL draft picks to sign.
The only draft picks the Bears have not signed are first-round pick Kyle Long and second-round pick Jon Bostic.
Greene was the team’s fourth-round pick. He is expected to learn all three linebacker positions and be a backup this season.
Wilson was a seventh-round pick. He is a gifted player who scored 23 college touchdowns but was suspended from his team at Washington State, and then quit. He had a year of eligibility remaining.