Name:Kyle Long College:OregonNumber: 74 Height: 6-6 Weight: 313 Position:OGPos2: OT Class/Draft Year:Sr/2013 40 Low: 4.81 40 Time:4.9140 High: 5.02
Projected Round:2Stock:High: Early 2nd Low: 3rd Rated number 3 out of 169 OG's56 / 2425 TOTAL
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Draft Scout Kyle Long News
04/15/16 - OL Kyle Long had his fifth-year option exercised by the Chicago Bears, the team announced Friday. Exercising the option keeps the Pro Bowl guard under contract through 2017. Long has made the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons since being the 20th overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft out of Oregon. He served as the right guard his first two seasons before playing right tackle last season. He is expected to play right guard this season when he is scheduled to make $1.16 million.
12/04/15 - T Kyle Long (neck) went through a full practice after being limited on Wednesday.
12/02/15 - T Kyle Long (neck) practiced on a limited basis as a result of an injury suffered against Green Bay on Thanksgiving.
10/07/15 - T Kyle Long was limited in practice Wednesday due to back and ankle injuries he suffered in Sunday's win. Long no longer is playing with a soft cast on his right hand. He had it on there for an unspecified injury the first three games of the season.
06/17/15 - G Kyle Long remained at tackle again Wednesday at the Bears minicamp, but this time moved over to the left side instead of the right.
Head coach John Fox called it more a case of building depth and versatility into the line at a time when the team can afford this.
"I think it's an injustice to just throw a guy, even as simple as it sounds, left to right, whether you're doing it with a corner or an outside backer or a guard or a tackle -- they need to practice it," Fox said. "This is a good time of the year to kind of get the technique, the sets, and all of the different communication that has to happen with the O-line."