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Round 2: Henry best fit for Bears at 41

Our Insiders take a look at how tonight's Round 2 should play out if every team was drafting purely for best fit. They think Chicago should draft TE Hunter Henry, who would be an ideal replacement for Martellus Bennett. Round 2 best fits mock draft (Insider)

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Floyd find home in Windy City

Here's hoping Leonard Floyd enjoyed his visit to Chicago this week, it's now his permanent home after the Bears selected him at No. 9. GM Ryan Pace pulled expert draft maneuvering to get his man. Best/riskiest picks of Round 1 (Insider)

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Buy or sell Mat Latos in fantasy?

Mat Latos is the only pitcher in MLB with four consecutive starts of at least six innings, giving up no more than one run, and all have been wins. Should you hold on to him or sell in fantasy?

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Waddle: Bears may have gotten best edge rusher in draft (2:08)
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NFL Draft Round 1: SEC superlatives (2:42)

Thumbs up or down: Leonard Floyd

The Georgia product is far more potential than polish at the moment. Was it worth trading up two spots to take him in the top 10? Jeff Dickerson answers

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Will Fuller can take the top off the defense with his 4.3 speed. Explosive player. Flip the field. Good compliment to DeAndre Hopkins in Houston.

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Bio Blast: Will Fuller

The Texans traded up one spot to secure the services of the former Notre Dame receiver at No. 21 overall. Fuller had the fastest 40-yard dash among wideouts at this year's combine.

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Kiper scouting report: Will Fuller

Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the film on Houston's first-round pick, Will Fuller. What are the Notre Dame product's strengths and weaknesses?

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears GM Ryan Pace was asked about his reaction when he watched the Laremy Tunsil video: "I don't know, man. Nothing surprises me anymore."