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Chicago Bears Drafted Tight Ends

The Chicago Bears have selected 20 Tight Ends in their team history (81 drafts). The Bears have drafted 2 Tight Ends in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Mike Ditka drafted in round 1 in 1961 out of Pittsburgh. Some of the top drafted Bears Tight Ends were Greg Olsen drafted in round 1 in 2007 out of Miami (Fla.), Bob Wallace drafted in round 2 in 1968 out of Texas-El Paso, Jim Thornton drafted in round 4 in 1988 out of Cal State-Fullerton, Tim Wrightman drafted in round 3 in 1982 out of UCLA and Chris Gedney drafted in round 3 in 1993 out of Syracuse. View all of the Chicago Bears drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Chicago Bears Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2012 4 111   Evan Rodriguez   Temple
2009 7 246   Lance Louis   San Diego State
2008 5 158   Kellen Davis   Michigan State
2007 1 31   Greg Olsen   Miami (Fla.)
2002 6 210   Bryan Fletcher   UCLA
2000 3 87   Dustin Lyman   Wake Forest
1998 4 94   Alonzo Mayes   Oklahoma State
1997 2 38   John Allred   USC
1993 3 61   Chris Gedney   Syracuse
1992 5 134   Todd Harrison   North Carolina State
1988 4 105   Jim Thornton   Cal State-Fullerton
1983 4 107   Pat Dunsmore   Drake
1982 3 62   Tim Wrightman   UCLA
1980 12 323   Bob Fisher   Southern Methodist
1972 5 117   Bob Parsons   Penn State
1968 2 46   Bob Wallace   Texas-El Paso
1968 12 316   Emilio Vallez   New Mexico
1965 14   Dave Pivec   Notre Dame
1964 7   Chuck Logan   Northwestern
1961 1   Mike Ditka   Pittsburgh
 
 
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