The Bears have agreed to terms on four-year contracts with fourth-round draft pick Khaseem Greene and seventh-round draft pick Marquess Wilson.
Greene, a 6-1, 241-pound linebacker from Rutgers, was the 117th overall pick in the draft. Wilson, a 6-4, 184-pound wide receiver from Washington State, was the 236th pick of the draft.
On Wednesday, the Bears agreed to terms with offensive tackle Jordan Mills of Louisiana Tech, their fifth-round pick and defensive end Cornelius Washington, their sixth-round pick.
Four of the Bears' six draft picks have agreed to terms and are not expected to have trouble signing the remaining two: guard Kyle Long, their first-round pick from Oregon, and linebacker Jon Bostic, their second-round pick from Florida.
Last year the Bears signed first-round pick Shea McClellin two weeks after the draft and had all six of their picks signed within 19 days of the draft. The rookie wage scale of the collective bargaining agreement has all but eliminated the contentious holdouts of previous seasons.
The Bears' three-day rookie mini-camp for their draft picks and undrafted free agents opens May 10 at Halas Hall. It is not open to the public.