A consistent, durable, underrated pass rusher who played in 127 consecutive games after making his debut in Week 2 of his rookie season, Brown was a two-time Pro Bowl alternate who started on the Bears’ Super Bowl XLI team. Payton played in 198 of a possible 199 career games, including the last 194 in a row.

A bruising ballcarrier who was also a threat to pass, Nagurski helped lead the Bears to three NFL championships in eight seasons. He was the NFL Man of the Year in 1987. 9: For the first time since his rookie season of 2014, he didn't get double-digit sacks last season. He was named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Acquired in a trade with the Broncos for two first-round picks, a third-rounder and QB Kyle Orton, Cutler set franchise marks for passing yards (23,443) and TD passes (154) but was haunted by inconsistency, injuries and bad luck. A first-round pick (sixth overall) from USC, Carrier was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1990, when he led the NFL and set a franchise record with 10 interceptions and also had five forced fumbles. Guard (1936-43)Hall of Fame: 1965 | All-Pro: 8| NFL Titles: 3 (1940, 1941, 1943). In 1956, his second year in the NFL, Casares led the league in carries (234), rushing yards (1,126) and TDs (12). The best O-lineman on the Ditka teams was the offensive captain from 1984-90 and was voted to the All-NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His interception set up the winning touchdown in the Bears’ 14-10 victory over the Giants in the 1963 NFL championship game. The Bears’ best offensive lineman in the early Payton era, he headed an under-appreciated group that included tackles Ted Albrecht and Dennis Lick, guard Revie Sorey and centers Dan Peiffer/Dan Neal — who helped Payton average 1,373 yards and 10 touchdowns per season and 91.5 yards per game from 1975-81, without a Pro Bowl berth. Cornerback (1961-66)| NFL Titles: 1 (1963). He had 11 sacks and 14 tackles for loss in 1975. The Chicago Bears are off to their best start in eight years, and they'll be looking to improve to 5-1 when they face a Carolina Panthers team that's won three straight games.

He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. He averaged 46.5 yards per punt on the Bears’ 1963 NFL championship team. Hester had 19 total return touchdowns for the Bears, including the opening kickoff in Super Bowl XLI — one of the most exciting moments in Bears history. He blocked seven kicks. He was the youngest player ever enshrined in the Pro Football Hall Fame — at 34 in 1977 after only 68 games in the NFL. He missed only two games in his 12-year career.

Fullback/linebacker (1939-43, 1946-47)All-Pro: 3 | Pro Bowls: 3 | NFL Titles: 4 (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Defensive tackle (1981-93)All-Pro: 5 | Pro Bowls: 2 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Safety (2017-present) All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. and 11 touchdowns. Bears assistant coach George Allen called him “the smartest defensive player I ever coached.” He was defensive captain since 1956 and was voted to the Pro Bowl in eight consecutive seasons from 1954 to 1961. Dick Butkus made such an impact as an instinctive, ferocious player that he is still considered by many to be the best linebacker in NFL history nearly 50 years after he retired. Linebacker (1952-65)Hall of Fame: 1974 | All-Pro: 8 | Pro Bowls: 8 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). 9 and guard Danny Fortmann at No. © 2020 NFL Enterprises LLC. “Buddha” came the closest — missing by two votes in 1979. The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. He also threw eight touchdown passes and led the NFL in kickoff returns as a rookie in 1975 with a 31.7-yard average. 6 player on "The Top 100 Players of 2020.". Here are 10 players to keep an eye on as the Bears face the Panthers in Week 6. follow July 17, 2019 12:54 pm ET.

Ranked No. The Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman has now earned a "Top 100" spot after each of his first six NFL seasons. Credited with 71 “reaches” — sacks/hurries — from 1967-70. Ed Healey 27. He set an NFL record with 93 receptions in 1964, when he also led the league in receiving yards (1,200) and TDs (10). Briggs led the Bears in tackles five times and was second four times. 30 in the NFL Network Top 100 players of … Linebacker (1955-66)All-Pro: 6 | Pro Bowls: 5 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the Bears easing running back Lamar Miller into practice, if Cordarrelle Patterson always has a green light to bring kickoffs out of the end zone and if the Bears will stick with Cairo Santos when Eddy Piñeiro recovers from his groin injury.

A versatile breakaway back, he played on four championship teams (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Click through the photo gallery below of the top 25 players in Bears history, a list that also includes Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, Devin Hester, Mike Singletary and Brian Urlacher.

An effective blocking back for Walter Payton, Harper developed into an effective runner. Atkins got better with age, too. He helped pave the way for Beattie Feathers’ 1,004 rushing yards in 1934 — the first 1,000-yard season in league history. 26 in 2018.

Kick returner/wide receiver (2006-13)All-Pro: 4 | Pro Bowls: 3.

A big-play receiver, he came in the same draft that produced Butkus and Sayers. His 52 TDs ranked third in the NFL when he retired. The Fenger High School product made the All-Pro team and the Pro Bowl in his three seasons with the Bears before being traded to the Colts. The Bears have two players on the Top 100 Players of 2020, and we're taking a look at five current players that could make that list. Luckman was voted All-NFL five times, led the NFL in touchdown passes three times and was named league MVP in 1943. The Bears legend passed away on Nov. 1, 1999 at the age of 45 due to bile duct cancer. The Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook will be available at the Bears100 Celebration Weekend June 7-9 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.

His 10 Pro Bowls are the most in franchise history. Assuming he stays healthy, Jackson has a chance to go down as one of the best defensive players to ever wear a Bears uniform. But what about wide receiver Allen Robinson and safety Eddie Jackson? While his conversion rate doesn’t scream superstar, his rookie season was one for the history books. Green was the Bears’ punter during their 1963 championship season and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1970. But nearly a decade later, with the Bears celebrating their 100th season, Payton seems to be pulling away from the pack. Mack's ranking is fair; he's a top-10 player even if his 2019 season didn't live up to expectations. Named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Defensive end (1975-86)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). From 1988-90, Anderson averaged 1,153 yards (4.4 avg.)

Center (1981-91)All-Pro: 7 | Pro Bowls: 7 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Briggs was a heady, disciplined all-around linebacker. Safety (2000-08)All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. He became the first tight end to make the Hall of Fame. It is highly recommended that you use the latest versions of a supported browser in order to receive an optimal viewing experience. He played 12 seasons with the Bears and averaged 42.1 yards per kick during that time. Before he became "Da Coach" in the 1980s, Ditka was one of the NFL's greatest tight ends. The 25 players ranked as the best in Bears history from No. He was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961, when he had 56 receptions for 1,076 yards (19.2 avg.) 7, center/linebacker Bulldog Turner at No. 24. Check out the full list of the top 100 players in Bears history as ranked in the Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook. And it was a no-brainer.

Armstrong was named to the 1989 All-Rookie Team and enjoyed a career year in 2000 (albeit with the Dolphins) when he totaled 16.5 sacks. The incomparable Walter Payton tops the list that includes 28 Hall of Fame players. Defensive tackle (1985-93)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. Sid Luckman won four NFL titles and was the mastermind behind one of the league’s early dynasties. Running back (1957-63)All-Pro: 2 | Pro Bowls: 1 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Buffone had 18 sacks in 1968. Linebacker (1981-92)Hall of Fame: 1998 | All-Pro: 9 | Pro Bowls: 10 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985).

Went two full seasons without a holding penalty in 1989-90. He was second on the team’s all-time sack list with 92.5 and played in 191 consecutive games — every game for 12 consecutive seasons. The enigmatic big-play receiver was a two-time Pro Bowl player who set single-season franchise records for yardage (1,508) and receptions (118) and scored 11 TDs in his first season with the Bears in 2012. They've garnered a reputation as being a "bend don't break" defense, where they've given up a slew of yards, but they haven't allowed opposing teams to score touchdowns too often this season.

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A consistent, durable, underrated pass rusher who played in 127 consecutive games after making his debut in Week 2 of his rookie season, Brown was a two-time Pro Bowl alternate who started on the Bears’ Super Bowl XLI team. Payton played in 198 of a possible 199 career games, including the last 194 in a row.

A bruising ballcarrier who was also a threat to pass, Nagurski helped lead the Bears to three NFL championships in eight seasons. He was the NFL Man of the Year in 1987. 9: For the first time since his rookie season of 2014, he didn't get double-digit sacks last season. He was named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Acquired in a trade with the Broncos for two first-round picks, a third-rounder and QB Kyle Orton, Cutler set franchise marks for passing yards (23,443) and TD passes (154) but was haunted by inconsistency, injuries and bad luck. A first-round pick (sixth overall) from USC, Carrier was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1990, when he led the NFL and set a franchise record with 10 interceptions and also had five forced fumbles. Guard (1936-43)Hall of Fame: 1965 | All-Pro: 8| NFL Titles: 3 (1940, 1941, 1943). In 1956, his second year in the NFL, Casares led the league in carries (234), rushing yards (1,126) and TDs (12). The best O-lineman on the Ditka teams was the offensive captain from 1984-90 and was voted to the All-NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His interception set up the winning touchdown in the Bears’ 14-10 victory over the Giants in the 1963 NFL championship game. The Bears’ best offensive lineman in the early Payton era, he headed an under-appreciated group that included tackles Ted Albrecht and Dennis Lick, guard Revie Sorey and centers Dan Peiffer/Dan Neal — who helped Payton average 1,373 yards and 10 touchdowns per season and 91.5 yards per game from 1975-81, without a Pro Bowl berth. Cornerback (1961-66)| NFL Titles: 1 (1963). He had 11 sacks and 14 tackles for loss in 1975. The Chicago Bears are off to their best start in eight years, and they'll be looking to improve to 5-1 when they face a Carolina Panthers team that's won three straight games.

He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. He averaged 46.5 yards per punt on the Bears’ 1963 NFL championship team. Hester had 19 total return touchdowns for the Bears, including the opening kickoff in Super Bowl XLI — one of the most exciting moments in Bears history. He blocked seven kicks. He was the youngest player ever enshrined in the Pro Football Hall Fame — at 34 in 1977 after only 68 games in the NFL. He missed only two games in his 12-year career.

Fullback/linebacker (1939-43, 1946-47)All-Pro: 3 | Pro Bowls: 3 | NFL Titles: 4 (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Defensive tackle (1981-93)All-Pro: 5 | Pro Bowls: 2 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Safety (2017-present) All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. and 11 touchdowns. Bears assistant coach George Allen called him “the smartest defensive player I ever coached.” He was defensive captain since 1956 and was voted to the Pro Bowl in eight consecutive seasons from 1954 to 1961. Dick Butkus made such an impact as an instinctive, ferocious player that he is still considered by many to be the best linebacker in NFL history nearly 50 years after he retired. Linebacker (1952-65)Hall of Fame: 1974 | All-Pro: 8 | Pro Bowls: 8 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). 9 and guard Danny Fortmann at No. © 2020 NFL Enterprises LLC. “Buddha” came the closest — missing by two votes in 1979. The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. He also threw eight touchdown passes and led the NFL in kickoff returns as a rookie in 1975 with a 31.7-yard average. 6 player on "The Top 100 Players of 2020.". Here are 10 players to keep an eye on as the Bears face the Panthers in Week 6. follow July 17, 2019 12:54 pm ET.

Ranked No. The Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman has now earned a "Top 100" spot after each of his first six NFL seasons. Credited with 71 “reaches” — sacks/hurries — from 1967-70. Ed Healey 27. He set an NFL record with 93 receptions in 1964, when he also led the league in receiving yards (1,200) and TDs (10). Briggs led the Bears in tackles five times and was second four times. 30 in the NFL Network Top 100 players of … Linebacker (1955-66)All-Pro: 6 | Pro Bowls: 5 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the Bears easing running back Lamar Miller into practice, if Cordarrelle Patterson always has a green light to bring kickoffs out of the end zone and if the Bears will stick with Cairo Santos when Eddy Piñeiro recovers from his groin injury.

A versatile breakaway back, he played on four championship teams (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Click through the photo gallery below of the top 25 players in Bears history, a list that also includes Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, Devin Hester, Mike Singletary and Brian Urlacher.

An effective blocking back for Walter Payton, Harper developed into an effective runner. Atkins got better with age, too. He helped pave the way for Beattie Feathers’ 1,004 rushing yards in 1934 — the first 1,000-yard season in league history. 26 in 2018.

Kick returner/wide receiver (2006-13)All-Pro: 4 | Pro Bowls: 3.

A big-play receiver, he came in the same draft that produced Butkus and Sayers. His 52 TDs ranked third in the NFL when he retired. The Fenger High School product made the All-Pro team and the Pro Bowl in his three seasons with the Bears before being traded to the Colts. The Bears have two players on the Top 100 Players of 2020, and we're taking a look at five current players that could make that list. Luckman was voted All-NFL five times, led the NFL in touchdown passes three times and was named league MVP in 1943. The Bears legend passed away on Nov. 1, 1999 at the age of 45 due to bile duct cancer. The Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook will be available at the Bears100 Celebration Weekend June 7-9 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.

His 10 Pro Bowls are the most in franchise history. Assuming he stays healthy, Jackson has a chance to go down as one of the best defensive players to ever wear a Bears uniform. But what about wide receiver Allen Robinson and safety Eddie Jackson? While his conversion rate doesn’t scream superstar, his rookie season was one for the history books. Green was the Bears’ punter during their 1963 championship season and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1970. But nearly a decade later, with the Bears celebrating their 100th season, Payton seems to be pulling away from the pack. Mack's ranking is fair; he's a top-10 player even if his 2019 season didn't live up to expectations. Named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Defensive end (1975-86)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). From 1988-90, Anderson averaged 1,153 yards (4.4 avg.)

Center (1981-91)All-Pro: 7 | Pro Bowls: 7 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Briggs was a heady, disciplined all-around linebacker. Safety (2000-08)All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. He became the first tight end to make the Hall of Fame. It is highly recommended that you use the latest versions of a supported browser in order to receive an optimal viewing experience. He played 12 seasons with the Bears and averaged 42.1 yards per kick during that time. Before he became "Da Coach" in the 1980s, Ditka was one of the NFL's greatest tight ends. The 25 players ranked as the best in Bears history from No. He was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961, when he had 56 receptions for 1,076 yards (19.2 avg.) 7, center/linebacker Bulldog Turner at No. 24. Check out the full list of the top 100 players in Bears history as ranked in the Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook. And it was a no-brainer.

Armstrong was named to the 1989 All-Rookie Team and enjoyed a career year in 2000 (albeit with the Dolphins) when he totaled 16.5 sacks. The incomparable Walter Payton tops the list that includes 28 Hall of Fame players. Defensive tackle (1985-93)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. Sid Luckman won four NFL titles and was the mastermind behind one of the league’s early dynasties. Running back (1957-63)All-Pro: 2 | Pro Bowls: 1 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Buffone had 18 sacks in 1968. Linebacker (1981-92)Hall of Fame: 1998 | All-Pro: 9 | Pro Bowls: 10 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985).

Went two full seasons without a holding penalty in 1989-90. He was second on the team’s all-time sack list with 92.5 and played in 191 consecutive games — every game for 12 consecutive seasons. The enigmatic big-play receiver was a two-time Pro Bowl player who set single-season franchise records for yardage (1,508) and receptions (118) and scored 11 TDs in his first season with the Bears in 2012. They've garnered a reputation as being a "bend don't break" defense, where they've given up a slew of yards, but they haven't allowed opposing teams to score touchdowns too often this season.

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Connor was considered the premier offensive and defensive tackle in the NFL — he was an All-NFL selection on offense and defense in 1951 and 1952. Gault didn’t post the kind of gaudy stats we see in today’s NFL, but his skill set gave Chicago a home-run hitter when offenses were far more run-based. He was as good a teammate as he was a player. He had an irrepressible will to succeed.

2 on the list is superstar middle linebacker Dick Butkus, who many consider the most ferocious defensive player in NFL history. Defensive end (1955-66)Hall of Fame: 1982 | All-Pro: 8 | Pro Bowls: 8 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963), An athletic freak at 6-8, 255 pounds, Atkins used his speed, quickness, massive wingspan and leaping ability to become a dominant pass rusher. Linebacker (1980-87)All-Pro: 2 | Pro Bowls: 1 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). He was also selected as an All Pro in seven of his nine years with the Bears. when he retired after the 1937 season to become a pro wrestler, but he returned in 1943 — rushed for 84 yards on 16 carries (5.3 avg) at 35 and won another NFL title. His 52-yard TD on a fumble return vs. the Rams in the NFC Championship Game in 1986 typified Marshall’s impact. This marks the fourth career "Top 100" appearance for the Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker, and the highest ranking of his career.

A consistent, durable, underrated pass rusher who played in 127 consecutive games after making his debut in Week 2 of his rookie season, Brown was a two-time Pro Bowl alternate who started on the Bears’ Super Bowl XLI team. Payton played in 198 of a possible 199 career games, including the last 194 in a row.

A bruising ballcarrier who was also a threat to pass, Nagurski helped lead the Bears to three NFL championships in eight seasons. He was the NFL Man of the Year in 1987. 9: For the first time since his rookie season of 2014, he didn't get double-digit sacks last season. He was named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Acquired in a trade with the Broncos for two first-round picks, a third-rounder and QB Kyle Orton, Cutler set franchise marks for passing yards (23,443) and TD passes (154) but was haunted by inconsistency, injuries and bad luck. A first-round pick (sixth overall) from USC, Carrier was the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1990, when he led the NFL and set a franchise record with 10 interceptions and also had five forced fumbles. Guard (1936-43)Hall of Fame: 1965 | All-Pro: 8| NFL Titles: 3 (1940, 1941, 1943). In 1956, his second year in the NFL, Casares led the league in carries (234), rushing yards (1,126) and TDs (12). The best O-lineman on the Ditka teams was the offensive captain from 1984-90 and was voted to the All-NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. His interception set up the winning touchdown in the Bears’ 14-10 victory over the Giants in the 1963 NFL championship game. The Bears’ best offensive lineman in the early Payton era, he headed an under-appreciated group that included tackles Ted Albrecht and Dennis Lick, guard Revie Sorey and centers Dan Peiffer/Dan Neal — who helped Payton average 1,373 yards and 10 touchdowns per season and 91.5 yards per game from 1975-81, without a Pro Bowl berth. Cornerback (1961-66)| NFL Titles: 1 (1963). He had 11 sacks and 14 tackles for loss in 1975. The Chicago Bears are off to their best start in eight years, and they'll be looking to improve to 5-1 when they face a Carolina Panthers team that's won three straight games.

He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. He averaged 46.5 yards per punt on the Bears’ 1963 NFL championship team. Hester had 19 total return touchdowns for the Bears, including the opening kickoff in Super Bowl XLI — one of the most exciting moments in Bears history. He blocked seven kicks. He was the youngest player ever enshrined in the Pro Football Hall Fame — at 34 in 1977 after only 68 games in the NFL. He missed only two games in his 12-year career.

Fullback/linebacker (1939-43, 1946-47)All-Pro: 3 | Pro Bowls: 3 | NFL Titles: 4 (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Defensive tackle (1981-93)All-Pro: 5 | Pro Bowls: 2 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Safety (2017-present) All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. and 11 touchdowns. Bears assistant coach George Allen called him “the smartest defensive player I ever coached.” He was defensive captain since 1956 and was voted to the Pro Bowl in eight consecutive seasons from 1954 to 1961. Dick Butkus made such an impact as an instinctive, ferocious player that he is still considered by many to be the best linebacker in NFL history nearly 50 years after he retired. Linebacker (1952-65)Hall of Fame: 1974 | All-Pro: 8 | Pro Bowls: 8 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). 9 and guard Danny Fortmann at No. © 2020 NFL Enterprises LLC. “Buddha” came the closest — missing by two votes in 1979. The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. He also threw eight touchdown passes and led the NFL in kickoff returns as a rookie in 1975 with a 31.7-yard average. 6 player on "The Top 100 Players of 2020.". Here are 10 players to keep an eye on as the Bears face the Panthers in Week 6. follow July 17, 2019 12:54 pm ET.

Ranked No. The Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman has now earned a "Top 100" spot after each of his first six NFL seasons. Credited with 71 “reaches” — sacks/hurries — from 1967-70. Ed Healey 27. He set an NFL record with 93 receptions in 1964, when he also led the league in receiving yards (1,200) and TDs (10). Briggs led the Bears in tackles five times and was second four times. 30 in the NFL Network Top 100 players of … Linebacker (1955-66)All-Pro: 6 | Pro Bowls: 5 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the Bears easing running back Lamar Miller into practice, if Cordarrelle Patterson always has a green light to bring kickoffs out of the end zone and if the Bears will stick with Cairo Santos when Eddy Piñeiro recovers from his groin injury.

A versatile breakaway back, he played on four championship teams (1940, 1941, 1943, 1946). Click through the photo gallery below of the top 25 players in Bears history, a list that also includes Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, Devin Hester, Mike Singletary and Brian Urlacher.

An effective blocking back for Walter Payton, Harper developed into an effective runner. Atkins got better with age, too. He helped pave the way for Beattie Feathers’ 1,004 rushing yards in 1934 — the first 1,000-yard season in league history. 26 in 2018.

Kick returner/wide receiver (2006-13)All-Pro: 4 | Pro Bowls: 3.

A big-play receiver, he came in the same draft that produced Butkus and Sayers. His 52 TDs ranked third in the NFL when he retired. The Fenger High School product made the All-Pro team and the Pro Bowl in his three seasons with the Bears before being traded to the Colts. The Bears have two players on the Top 100 Players of 2020, and we're taking a look at five current players that could make that list. Luckman was voted All-NFL five times, led the NFL in touchdown passes three times and was named league MVP in 1943. The Bears legend passed away on Nov. 1, 1999 at the age of 45 due to bile duct cancer. The Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook will be available at the Bears100 Celebration Weekend June 7-9 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont.

His 10 Pro Bowls are the most in franchise history. Assuming he stays healthy, Jackson has a chance to go down as one of the best defensive players to ever wear a Bears uniform. But what about wide receiver Allen Robinson and safety Eddie Jackson? While his conversion rate doesn’t scream superstar, his rookie season was one for the history books. Green was the Bears’ punter during their 1963 championship season and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1970. But nearly a decade later, with the Bears celebrating their 100th season, Payton seems to be pulling away from the pack. Mack's ranking is fair; he's a top-10 player even if his 2019 season didn't live up to expectations. Named to the NFL Team of the ’80s by the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Defensive end (1975-86)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). From 1988-90, Anderson averaged 1,153 yards (4.4 avg.)

Center (1981-91)All-Pro: 7 | Pro Bowls: 7 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985). Briggs was a heady, disciplined all-around linebacker. Safety (2000-08)All-Pro: 1 | Pro Bowls: 1. He became the first tight end to make the Hall of Fame. It is highly recommended that you use the latest versions of a supported browser in order to receive an optimal viewing experience. He played 12 seasons with the Bears and averaged 42.1 yards per kick during that time. Before he became "Da Coach" in the 1980s, Ditka was one of the NFL's greatest tight ends. The 25 players ranked as the best in Bears history from No. He was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961, when he had 56 receptions for 1,076 yards (19.2 avg.) 7, center/linebacker Bulldog Turner at No. 24. Check out the full list of the top 100 players in Bears history as ranked in the Chicago Bears Centennial Scrapbook. And it was a no-brainer.

Armstrong was named to the 1989 All-Rookie Team and enjoyed a career year in 2000 (albeit with the Dolphins) when he totaled 16.5 sacks. The incomparable Walter Payton tops the list that includes 28 Hall of Fame players. Defensive tackle (1985-93)NFL Titles: 1 (1985). He had 8.5, but he was still a force off the edge for the Bears. Sid Luckman won four NFL titles and was the mastermind behind one of the league’s early dynasties. Running back (1957-63)All-Pro: 2 | Pro Bowls: 1 | NFL Titles: 1 (1963). Buffone had 18 sacks in 1968. Linebacker (1981-92)Hall of Fame: 1998 | All-Pro: 9 | Pro Bowls: 10 | NFL Titles: 1 (1985).

Went two full seasons without a holding penalty in 1989-90. He was second on the team’s all-time sack list with 92.5 and played in 191 consecutive games — every game for 12 consecutive seasons. The enigmatic big-play receiver was a two-time Pro Bowl player who set single-season franchise records for yardage (1,508) and receptions (118) and scored 11 TDs in his first season with the Bears in 2012. They've garnered a reputation as being a "bend don't break" defense, where they've given up a slew of yards, but they haven't allowed opposing teams to score touchdowns too often this season.

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