Bears sign last two remaining draft picks

By Jason Kirk  |   Friday, July 07, 2006  |  Comments( 2 )

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The Chicago Bears came to an agreement with their last two unsigned draft picks, S Danieal Manning and DT Dusty Dvoracek.

Manning, a second-round pick for the Bears, comes from Division II Abilene Christian. For his career, the 5-11, 201 lb safety, recorded 159 tackles, 11 interceptions, six forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and two sacks. He is also the only active Abilene Christian player selected for the school's all-century squad.

Dvoracek, Chicago's 6-3, 305 lb third round pick, played his college career for the Oklahoma Sooners. He totaled 131 tackles, 16 sacks, one interception and three fumble recoveries. Dvoracek will be reunited with former teammate, Bears' Pro-Bowl DT Tommie Harris. The two played alongside each other for three seasons at Oklahoma, and will look to recreate that same chemistry that made them a formidable duo in the Big 12.

Chicago now has all seven of their 2006 NFL draft picks signed three weeks before the start of training camp.
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