A lot of mock drafts done to this point have the Chicago Bears addressing their needs at wide receiver in the first round, but they also could use some help up front, and Charles Davis of the NFL Network projects that will be the direction in which the Bears go. Davis has Chicago taking Stanford offensive guard David DeCastro:
The offensive line continues to need shoring up. The All-American from Palo Alto is a solid player who the Bears should be able to plug in right away.
DeCastro, an Outland Trophy Finalist in 2011, is considered to be among the top few interior linemen in the draft.
By many accounts, Chicago is also likely to take a look at Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd.
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