With the 20th pick, Chicago takes Kyle Long
Long is the son of Hall-of-Fame defensive lineman Howie Long and brother to former No. 3 overall pick, defensive end Chris Long. Perhaps Kyle blocked his dad and brother growing up, and that is how he became a first-round talent.
Much has been made of Chicago's struggles on the offensive line. There were times last season that Jay Cutler didn't even have time to get a three-step drop in. Cutler was sacked 44 times last season, and him being a bit of a statue in the pocket definitely doesn't help -- but the Bears hope Long will.
One of Long's strength is getting down the field and blocking -- something that is required of all Oregon offensive linemen under Chip Kelly, though he only started four games there in his career.
Long is already the eighth offensive lineman drafted in the first round.