The Chicago Bears announced Wednesday that they’ve signed first- and second-round picks Kevin White and Eddie Goldman to a four-year contracts.
#Bears have agreed to terms with first two draft picks Kevin White & Eddie Goldman on four-year deals (White's includes 5th-year option).
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) May 6, 2015
This leaves third-round pick C Hroniss Grasu as the only unsigned draft pick for the Bears.
According to OverTheCap.com, White will receive a four-year contract worth $16,563,048, which includes a signing bonus of $10,305,852.
As for Goldman, OTC projects his contract to be worth $5,686,314 and include a signing bonus of $2,395,500.
White is a very intriguing player to watch this summer as there is a lot of opportunity for him in the Bears’ offense now that Brandon Marshall is no longer with the team.
During his two years at West Virginia, White caught 144 passes for 1,954 yards receiving and 15 touchdowns.