The Chicago Bears are always among the most aggressive teams in signing their draft picks quickly, and this year is no exception. Two days after signing seventh-round pick J’Marcus Webb, the team has announced the signing of fifth-round pick Joshua Moore.
The team’s announcement said it’s a four-year contract, but financial terms were not disclosed.
A 5-foot-11, 188-pound cornerback, Moore started every game of the last two seasons at Kansas State. As a rookie he’s expected to play on special teams and compete for playing time in nickel packages.
In addition to Webb and Moore, the draft picks who have already signed are Houston Texans receiver and return man
Trindon Holliday and 49ers cornerback Phillip Adams.