Bears sign seventh-round pick Webb

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It doesn’t appear as if the front-office shakeup is going to change the Bears’ recent trend of signing their draft picks early.

The club announced Sunday afternoon that it has signed seventh-round draft pick J’Marcus Webb to a four-year deal. Terms were not disclosed.

The 6-foot-8, 328-pound tackle was a two-year starter at West Texas A&M who impressed new offensive line coach Mike Tice leading up to the draft.

The Bears have been the first NFL team to sign all their draft picks in two of the past four seasons.

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