Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer to discuss the Bears' draft class, including how Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson's past injuries could affect his professional career. The Bears selected Johnson at No. 50 overall in the second round.
A large 670 The Score coverage team of Jeff Joniak, Tom Thayer, Olin Kreutz, Patrick Mannelly, Hub Arkush, Mike Mulligan, David Haugh, Dan Pompei and Mark Grote gathered remotely for the second night of the NFL Draft. They broke down the Bears' selections of Notre Dame tight end Cole Kmet and Utah cornerback Jaylon Johnson in the second round and analyzed all the picks throughout the evening.
In the final hour, Jeff Joniak, Tom Thayer, David Haugh, Hub Arkush, Dan Pompei and Mark Grote broke down the Packers' bold move to trade up to No. 26 overall to select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love. When Aaron Rodgers retires, can Love become the Packers' franchise quarterback like they hope?
In the fourth hour, Jeff Joniak, Tom Thayer, David Haugh, Hub Arkush, Dan Pompei and Mark Grote continued to discuss the Bears' outlook in the NFL Draft and what their outlook could be for the second round. They also discussed why Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb fell to the Cowboys at No. 17 overall.