Three linebackers, two offensive linemen and a wide receiver walk into Halas Hall … hoping to change the course of football history in Chicago.
The Bears' newest draft class arrives with lofty expectations and daunting challenges at each position. It is composed of three guys (linebackers Jon Bostic, Khaseem Greene and Cornelius Washington) hoping to make fans forget about the franchise icon they're trying to replace; two (offensive linemen Kyle Long and Jordan Mills) who are hoping to prevent Kristin Cavallari from becoming a widow before her 30th birthday once she and Jay Cutler make it down the aisle; and another (wide receiver Marquess Wilson) looking to be a credible deep threat alongside Brandon Marshall.
But as anyone who has ever moved to the city knows, it's not easy being the new guy in town.
Nobody knows you, you don't know anybody, and let's face it, the city can be intimidating. You're going to get to know a lot more about these guys both on and off the field in the coming days.
But how well do you know them right now?
Test your knowledge below with some fun facts about the newest Bears.
A. His name is an anagram for "A screwing lush? No, not I."
B. Was once a 23rd-round pick of the White Sox.
C. Won conference titles as a high school senior in the high jump, long jump and triple jump.
D. This draftee's father was taken in the sixth round of the 1985 draft.
E. Once tackled his half brother, a running back at Pittsburgh, during a college football game
F. His cousin is a defensive back for the Packers who intercepted Jay Cutler twice last season.
ANSWERS: A. Cornelius Washington, B. Kyle Long, C. Marquess Wilson, D. Jon Bostic, E. Khaseem Greene, F. Jordan Mills
Matt Lindner is a RedEye special contributor.
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