Bears GM Ryan Pace has built a reputation for finding players in Rounds 4 and 5, and last year came up with possibly the steal of Day 3 in the NFL Draft with Darnell Mooney. Mooney wasn't the league's only late-round success, and there were some really late-round successes last year. Pace hasn't really been able to accomplish this type of thing in Rounds 6 and 7, but it was done elsewhere last year.
The Bears should draft two tackles, load up on their offensive line and make sure they can protect 30-something quarterbacks who lack ability to escape the rush. They need tackles to bolster the running game because removes pressure from the two capable passers who need support. The interest shown by the Bears in Trent Williams at the start of free agency reflects how they recognized this tackle need.
Former Bears wide receiver Taylor Gabriel retires originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago What a career. Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Taylor Gabriel announced his retirement on social media. Gabriel was an undrafted free agent out of Abilene Christian University in Texas.