Ranking the Chicago Bears roster: 50-41

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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 50-41.

50. Ka’Deem Carey

Carey is going to be fighting for his roster life this summer. He is a free agent next year and with a coaching staff that did not draft him. On top of that Jeremy Langford has beat out Carey in camp each of the past two seasons.

49. Jeremy Langford

Langford lost a starting job due to injury. Then the team brought in two running backs this offseason, which makes his roster spot completely expendable. Langford has a good mix of skills and should have a slight edge over Carey, but both will sit on the roster bubble.

48. Mark Sanchez

Most will rip Sanchez and hate on what he has done in his career. Still, he has the mind of a veteran backup who has played in almost every big moment the

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NFL has to offer. The experience that he can give to Mike Glennon and Mitchell Trubisky will be invaluable.

47. Daniel Brown

Brown caught 16 passes and put up one touchdown last season. He is a tight end who would mostly play in the slot and has an outside shot of making the team if Zach Miller cannot stay healthy.

46. Jordan Morgan

Morgan was a fifth-round pick at guard. Given where the team stands at guard they have to be pretty interested in his long term future to commit a draft pick to him. Potential future Josh Sitton replacement?

45. John Jenkins

Jenkins should be able to hold onto the backup nose tackle spot. With Eddie Goldman and his ankle issues of a year ago, he may not be far from seeing the field.

44. Dan Skuta

Skuta knows his assignments and plays special teams well. He can play inside and outside and has more experience than John Timu or Jonathan Anderson at the position.

43. Sam Acho

On top of special teams success similar to Skuta, Acho also has a decent track record as a pass rusher. Acho had a two year run of 11 combined sacks to start his career in Arizona. Now he will likely make the team as a rotational pass rusher and special teams asset.

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42. Eric Kush

Kush stepped in for Josh Sitton last season and it went a lot better than expected. He is now likely locked into the roster and with experience at center and guard, brings a decent amount value to creating a strong interior unit.

41. Bryce Callahan

Callahan played a lot of time in the slot last season. However, he did not fare as well as Cre’Von LeBlanc and will have to beat out LeBlanc for snaps in 2017.