Rankings the Chicago Bears roster: 70-61

CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 22: Chris Prosinski
CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 22: Chris Prosinski /

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 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 70-61.

70. Connor Shaw

Shaw is a quarterback who is likely on his way out. In fact, he was already cut but had to be brought back thanks to a minor injury to Mark Sanchez that occurred on the same day.

69. William Poehls

Poehls spent over two seasons on the Titans before finding his way onto the Bills for a season. BearGogglesOn was fortunate enough to have an exclusive interview with the tackle competing for a roster spot.

68. Taylor Boggs

Boggs spent time on the Bears in 2013 and 2014. He also spent time with the Jets, Lions, and Cardinals before signing with the Bears again in 2017.

67. Chris Prosinski

Prosinski spent the past two seasons with the Bears, starting in six games. His most value has come playing special teams. However, the Bears spent a plethora of draft picks on the safety position in the past two years and it could

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be the year that Prosinski is cut.

66. Sherrick McManis

McManis, like Prosinski, has made his hay as a special teamer. If the Bears can get progression out of their younger players, at the least as special teamers he is going to be another player on the borderline of the roster.

65. Bradley Sowell

Sowell spent time starting for the Seahawks last season. However, that may not be saying much. Sowell will still have to work to make the roster, and the weakness of the position is what gives him a chance to make the team.

64. C.J. Wilson

Wilson spent the past six games of the 2016 season on the Bears roster. He had 13 tackles and a sack last season. However, that was an injury-depleted line and if the group can stay healthy he will end up being a cut.

63. Freddie Stevenson

The Bears brought in two full backs to prove they are more interested in power running. Stevenson was arguably the top fullback in the 2017 draft and will have a chance to earn a roster spot this year at the position.

Next: Rankings 80-71

62. Tanner Gentry

Gentry is likely the undrafted free agent with the highest upside. He can compete for a job by playing special teams, but also could see time as a splash player on the outside if things break right.

61. Josh Bellamy

Bellamy has had issues with consistency over the past couple of seasons with the Bears. The team bringing in Victor Cruz, Kendall Wright and Markus Wheaton will certainly hurt Bellamy’s chances to make the team.