The Chicago Bears finally have their general manager, as they officially introduced Phil Emery on Monday, so now the focus turns to the 2012 NFL Draft. They need help on the offensive line and at wide receiver, among other spots, and while most mocks have the Bears going with fresh receiving talent, there are still places where the needs on the offensive line are too great to ignore. Wes Bunting of the National Football Post has recently released his second mock draft, and in this iteration he has the Bears taking former Ohio State Buckeyes offensive tackle Mike Adams:
19. Chicago Bears: Ohio State OT Mike Adams
You have to think after the struggles the Bears have had at left tackle this season, drafting a guy like Adams who has the size and athleticism to handle premier NFL pass rushers is a must for them this off-season.
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