The Bears continued to work quickly Wednesday to get their entire six-man draft class under contract, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
First-round receiver Kevin White and second-round nose tackle Eddie Goldman became their fourth and fifth draftees to agree to terms, the team announced.
Exact parameters of the agreements should surface later this week, but the established rookie wage scale enables some projections.
White’s four-year contract is expected to be worth approximately $15 million, including a projected signing bonus near $10 million, in accordance with wage scale. The Bears hold an option to guarantee a fifth year of the contract for injury.
Goldman’s four-year deal is projected to be worth about $5.5 million with a signing bonus of more than $2 million.
Third-round center Hroniss Grasu is the Bears’ only unsigned draft pick. He’s expected to agree to terms by the time the Bears begin their three-day rookie camp Friday.
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