The Chicago Bears have come to terms with two more draft picks, agreeing to deals with defensive tackle Ego Ferguson and punter Pat O’Donnell.
LM: #Bears have agreed to terms on 4-year deals with 2nd-round pick Ego Ferguson and sixth-rounder Pat O’Donnell.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 13, 2014
The 6’3, 315-pound Ferguson was the 51st-overall pick of the draft. The former LSU Tiger had 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack in 2013. However, Ferguson is a very talented prospect and the Bears believe he can become an excellent player at a position of need.
O’Donnell, a former Miami Hurricanes’ punter, was the 191st-overall pick.
The Bears have been proactive with their signings, already inking a deal with one of their fourth round picks, former Arizona Wildcats’ running back Ka’Deem Carey and then came to terms with their other fourth-round pick, former Minnesota Golden Gophers’ safety Brock Vereen, former San Jose State Spartans’ quarterback David Fales, a sixth-round pick and former Boise State Broncos’ guard Charles Leon, a seventh-round pick.