Bryce Callahan– Yes– Callahan may just be the Bears best cornerback. He’s shown the ability to make some hard-nosed tackles and has been excellent in coverage. He will be a part of the Bears future secondary.
Deiondre Hall– Probable– Hall has shown some ability and has made some big plays for the Bears already. He’s a fourth round pick out of Northern Iowa so he’s been dealing with a talent leap and should continue to improve when his footwork and body positioning improves. Bears might have found a keeper.
Tracy Porter– No– Porter had a nice season last year. He hasn’t been quite as good this year but he hasn’t been a giant liability either. Porter is, however, a place-holder for this team. When the Bears find another good young corner, Porter will be shown the door.
Kyle Fuller– Questionable– Fuller hasn’t played yet this season because of injury but his first two seasons he showed very inconsistent play. Fuller’s ability at corner is definitely in doubt, but he could become a viable safety, something the Bears definitely need. That’s something to watch moving forward.
Jacoby Glenn– Questionable– Glenn has shown ability, but odds are he won’t become a starting NFL CB. However, Glenn could be a solid rotational player for this team. It would be a stretch that Hall, Callahan, and Glenn are the 3 Bears CBs of the future, but if Hall and Callahan are 2 of the 3 and Glenn rotates in as their 4th CB, the Bears could have a solid coverage unit.
Cre’von LeBlanc– Questionable- LeBlanc was an undrafted rookie that failed to make the Patriots roster but made a couple impressive plays in the preseason. The Bears gave him a chance and claimed him off waivers and in limited chances he’s played pretty well. He has a ways to go but if he continues to develop he could be someone the Bears could keep in the secondary.