Sewell could be an impact player for the Bears (Troy Wayrynen - USA Today Sports)
Sewell could be an impact player for the Bears (Troy Wayrynen - USA Today Sports)

Roster Moves: Bears sign four draft picks to four-year deals


by - Senior Editor -

The Chicago Bears wasted no time in getting their rookie draft picks signed to contracts as they kicked off their rookie minicamp on Thursday.

The team signed their final four picks of the 2023 NFL Draft to four-year contracts.

The group signed consisted of Oregon linebacker Noah Sewell, Minnesota cornerback Terell Smith, Kennesaw State defensive tackle Travis Bell and Stanford safety Kendall Williamson.

According to a report, Sewell's deal is worth $4.164 million with a $324,948 signing bonus.

Smith's deal is reportedly worth four years, $4.115 million and $275,884 signing bonus.

The Bears hope that these rookies will make an immediate impact and contribute to the team’s success in the upcoming season.

The team is looking to bounce back from a disappointing 2022 campaign and return to playoff contention in 2023. The signing of these rookies is a step in the right direction for the organization.

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