Top-notch offensive tackle unlikely to come Bears’ way
(MCT) — INDIANAPOLIS — Only three times in NFL draft history has a left tackle been selected No. 1 overall but each time a elite blocker has emerged.
Jake Long was the last when the Dolphins chose him in 2008. He has been to four Pro Bowls and will be an unrestricted free agent unless they re-sign him. Orlando Pace, a Bear in 2009, could reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day after making seven Pro Bowl appearances with the Rams, who drafted him in 1997. Ron Yary’s Hall of Fame career began in 1968 as the top pick of the Vikings.
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