The Chicago Bears announced on Wednesday that they have agreed to terms with first-round pick Kyle Fuller (cornerback, Virginia Tech) on a four-year deal. The deal includes a fifth-year option:
Brad Biggs tweeted on Monday that Bears cap wizard Cliff Stein was hoping to get the contracts done with the draftees this week, and sure enough just four days after the draft concluded, the team has already signed seven of their eight draft picks.

On Monday, the Bears signed fourth-round pick Brock Vereen (safety, Minnesota) and sixth-round pick David Fales (quarterback, San Jose State), and on Tuesday, they signed second-round pick Ego Ferguson (defensive tackle, LSU), fourth-round pick Ka'Deem Carey (running back, Arizona), sixth-round pick Pat O'Donnell (punter, Miami), and seventh-round pick Charles Leno Jr. (offensive tackle, Boise State). Arizona State defensive tackle Will Sutton is the only pick that remains unsigned, but expect Stein to hammer out that deal soon with the third-round pick.

The Bears were the first team to sign any draft picks, and they're now the first team to sign their first-round pick.

You can read more about Fuller, the 14th overall selection, in our reaction (including the scouting report, and links to more articles on him) to the pick.

And you can see what Fuller brings to the table in these videos:



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