The Bears continue to quickly finish deals with their rookie draft picks.
According to Larry Mayer of ChicagoBears.com, the club has agreed to terms with Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene and ex-Washington State wide receiver Marquess Wilson.
Greene, a fourth-round pick, led Rutgers with 136 tackles as a senior. He projects to outside linebacker, Bears general manager Phil Emery reportedly said after the draft.
Wilson, a seventh-round selection, left Washington State after being suspended from the team. He accused head coach Mike Leach of mistreatment but later reportedly took back the remarks. Wilson will compete for a reserve role in the Bears’ receiving corps.
According to the Bears, they are only NFL club to have reached contract agreements with draft picks as of Thursday.
With Greene and Wilson coming to terms, the Bears have reached deals with two-thirds of their drafted rookies. Only offensive guard Kyle Long (Round One) and linebacker Jon Bostic (Round Two) remain unsigned for Chicago, which agreed to deals with defensive end Cornelius Washington and offensive tackle Jordan Mills on Wednesday.