Nobody wants to talk about it, but Major Wright could start at safety for the Bears, writes ESPNChicago.com's Michael Wright. Story
Wright, a three-year starter for the Gators, has the reputation of being a big-hitter with playmaking ability. He had only 32 tackles in 2009 but did have three interceptions, finishing with eight career picks for Florida.
With Craig Steltz and Danieal Manning currently working with the first team, Wright figures to challange for a job at free safety. He is the first Florida player drafted by Bears general manager Jerry Angelo since four were taken in 2003 (Rex Grossman, Todd Johnson, Ian Scott and Tron LaFavor).