The Bears have gotten another one of their 2022 draftees under contract.
Chicago announced on Monday that offensive lineman Zach Thomas has signed his standard rookie deal through 2025, tweeting a picture of the lineman as he put pen to paper.
Thomas appeared in 49 games in his time at San Diego State with 31 starts. A versatile offensive lineman, 17 of Thomas’ starts came at right tackles, 12 at left tackle, and a pair at right guard. He was a first-team all-conference selection in 2021, serving as SDSU’s starting left tackle.
The Bears now have eight of their 11 picks under contract with second-round cornerback Kyler Gordon, second-round safety Jaquan Brisker, and third-round receiver Velus Jones remaining unsigned.