The Chicago Bears may not have addressed every need in the 2012 NFL Draft, but the team may have found a dynamic pass-rusher to play opposite of Julius Peppers with Shea McClellin. The No. 19 overall pick is expected to come in and compete for playing time on the defensive line right away. In an interview with ChicagoBears.com, head coach Lovie Smith put to rest any speculation that McClellin will spend time at linebacker.
Chicago Bears number one draft pick DE Shea McClellin rearing to prove critics wrong - NFL News The Chicago Bears picked Boise State University’s defensive end, Shea McClellin in the first round with the 19th overall pick and now th... Read Post
The Chicago Bears selected defensive end Shea McClellin out of Boise State with the 19th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft so that he could compete with incumbent defensive end Israel Idonije. With Julius Peppers holding down the o... Read Post
Chicago Bears add DE Shea McClellin with first round pick in NFL Drafts - NFL News Defensive ends were hot property in the 2012 National Football League (NFL) drafts and the Chicago Bears also went for a pass rusher with their first... Read Post