The Chicago Bears agreed to terms with two more draft picks Thursday, announcing four-year deals with linebacker Khaseem Greene (a fourth-round pick) and wide receiver Marquess Wilson (seventh round).
Greene, drafted 117th overall, set an NCAA record by forcing 15 fumbles in his career at Rutgers and was the Big East defensive player of the year last season.
Wilson, drafted 236th overall, is Washington State's all-time leader with 3,207 receiving yards.
The Bears agreed to four-year deals with fifth-round pick Jordan Mills and sixth-rounder Cornelius Washington on Wednesday. Only first-round pick Kyle Long and second-rounder Jonathan Bostic remain unsigned.