A few thoughts on the second of the Bears’ three fourth-round selections. Chicago took Miami safety Deon Bush at No. 124. My take: This pick makes sense.
The Steelers select their first offensive player of the 2016 NFL draft with 6-foot-6, 305-pound LSU tackle Jerald Hawkins, the 123rd overall pick. It's hard to find good tackles in the fourth round, and the Steelers feel they did that here.
Watch some of the top plays from former Auburn wide receiver Demarcus Robinson.
Drafting Hassan Ridgeway in the fourth round gives the Colts an immediate option on the defensive line while Henry Anderson recuperates.
Kansas City added a big wideout to its receiving corps, picking Florida's Demarcus Robinson with the last of its three fourth-round picks.
The Vikings added tackle depth with Willie Beavers, an agile lineman who could be able to play left tackle in the future if he gets stronger.