Ranking the Chicago Bears roster: 90-81

SANTA CLARA, CA - NOVEMBER 6: Cornerback B.W. Webb
SANTA CLARA, CA - NOVEMBER 6: Cornerback B.W. Webb /

Who are the most valuable Chicago Bears on the 90-man roster?

As we get ready for the Bears to head to training camp, it is a great time to dissect the entire 90-man roster. This series will break down and rank the Chicago Bears top 90 players in order of importance. This means value, cost, age, and how important their development in the 2017 seasons means to the Bears. This edition we will look at players 90-81.

90. Alex Scearce

Scearce is a small school linebacker with a small frame as well. He likely profiles as an inside linebacker in a 3-4 front, but is not big enough to handle the run. Scearce is a camp body.

89. Joel Bugnanon

Bugnanon is a local back coming from Northern Illinois. However, given how many running backs the team is invested in right now, the practice squad is the best ceiling for Bugnanon, so his floor is not the biggest concern.

88. Cyril Richardson

Richardson is another camp body. He spent his first two seasons on the Bills practice squad. Given the depth of the Bears interior line, the practice squad would become a best case scenario for Richardson in Chicago.

87. Rashaad Reynolds

Reynolds is a cornerback who has bounced around from Jacksonville to Detroit. He is another camp body and a player unlikely to make the practice squad at this point.

86. Titus Davis

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Davis has some of the athletic tendencies to make it. However, he may not have the desire to improve his game and make a push for a roster spot. The Bears are now deep at receiver and Davis will be low on the totem pole.

85. MyCole Pruitt

Pruitt spent his 2016 season in Minnesota. He is another camp body, and will likely be competing for a practice squad spot with Ben Braunecker.

84. Rueben Randle

Randle being this low tells you what his career has led up to. He has largely been a disappointment since being drafted in the second round back in 2012.

83. Mitchell Kirsch

Kirsch played right tackle at James Madison but likely profiles as a guard in the NFL. Like Richardson, he will have a tough of it. At least, he has a couple fewer years of experience and therefore some cheaper team control compared to Richardson.

82. BW Webb

Webb has bounced all around the league since 2013. His inability to stick around anywhere compacted with the depth of the secondary makes Webb pretty expendable.

81. Jonathan Banks

Banks and Webb will be a toss up heading into camp. Still, neither will have practice squad eligibility and both are going to be deep down the roster.