NFL Draft: Bears undrafted free agents tracker

The Bears are filling out their 90-man roster with college standouts who weren’t picked in the draft this week.

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After putting together an NFL Draft class highlighted by second-round picks Cole Kmet and Jaylon Johnson, the Bears are securing undrafted free agents to compete for roster spots.

Here is a live tracker of who they’re adding:

WR Ahmad Wagner, Kentucky
RB Artavis Pierce, Oregon State
OL Badara Traore, LSU
OL Dieter Eiselen, Yale

DL LaCale London, Western Illinois
DT Trevon McSwain, Duke
DE LeDarius Mack, Buffalo
OLB Rashad Smith, Florida Atlantic

Mack is the younger brother of Bears star Khalil Mack.

Here is the Bears’ 2020 draft class, as well:

WR Darnell Mooney, Tulane (Round 5, No. 173)
TE Cole Kmet, Notre Dame (Round 2, No. 43)
OL Arlington Hambright, Colorado (Round 7, No. 226)
OL Lachavious Simmons, Tennessee State (Round 7, No. 227)

DE Trevis Gipson, Tulsa (Round 5, No .155)
CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah (Round 2, No. 50)
CB Kindle Vildor, Georgia Southern (Round 5, No. 163)

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