The moment that the NFL draft ended this past Saturday night, NFL teams were hard at work trying to sign as many undrafted free agents as they could who would help fill needs that were not addressed in the draft's seven rounds.
Just as it is too early to know what sort of impact the Bears' eight draft picks will have, the same goes for the nine players that they signed as undrafted free agents.
All nine of these players will have an uphill battle to make the roster in 2014, but we can look at each signing and offer a grade based off of how that player fills a current need and how much value the team got by signing them as an undrafted free agent.
Because of the already low expectations placed on these players, no signing received a grade lower than a "C".
"A" and "B" grades were given to those players with the greatest chance of making an impact during training camp and possibly the 2014 season.
Here are our report card grades for each of the Chicago Bears' undrafted free-agent signings.