Bears still facing holes on defense as draft ends
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — It's been all about the defense through the first three rounds for the Chicago Bears, and there still are some holes to fill as the draft winds wraps up on Saturday.
The Bears have one pick each in the fourth and fifth rounds plus two in the sixth round and none in the seventh.
Chicago still could use help at safety with two starting jobs open and at linebacker. But the Bears used their first three picks to add to a defense that had already undergone some big changes. The Bears drafted Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller with the 14th pick and added a pair of defensive tackles in LSU's Ego Ferguson and Arizona State's Will Sutton.
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