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Bears sign two draft picks

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The Bears signed rookie quarterback Nathan Enderle and rookie linebacker J.T. Thomas to four-year deals on Wednesday.

Enderle was a fifth-round pick out of Idaho, where he finished his career as the school's all-time leader in pass attempts (1,427). He was second in completions (779), third in passing yards (10,084) and fourth in TD passes (81). A four-year starter, Enderle played 45 games for the Vandals.

The Bears chose Thomas in the sixth round after he was a three-year starter at West Virginia. The two-time, all-Big East pick played in 49 career games with 39 starts.

With those two signed, expect the Bears to turn their attention to signing the rest of his 2011 draft class of Wisconsin tackle Gabe Carimi, Oregon State defensive tackle Stephen Paea and California safety Chris Conte.

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