Kyle Long and the Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a four-year deal plus an option, the team said Friday. The agreement with the No. 20 overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft means the Bears now have locked up all six of their picks.

"We're very excited that Kyle Long is a new member of the Chicago Bears," general manager Phil Emery said after the draft, via the team's official website. "Kyle is a very good football player. He is the type of athlete and player that we have targeted; a fast, tough, dynamic athlete, a productive athlete."

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Long, 24, will join a revamped Bears offensive line that was assembled to shore up the protection for quarterback Jay Cutler, who was sacked 38 times -- fifth highest in the NFL -- last season.