Who are the most 30 most valuable Chicago Bears on the 90-man roster?
Before getting into the list it is important to mention these players are ranked on how valuable their 2017 season could be to the Bears. The number one player’s progression and what he does in the season is more important than any other player.
30. Kyle Fuller
If Fuller can live up to his hype he is completely undervalued. However, he has not played in over a year and the management already declined his fifth-year option. Fuller will have to work his butt off to even find starting time next season.
29. Kendall Wright
Wright is a former first round pick with high-end slot option upside. However,
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changes in offenses along with injuries have derailed his career to date. The Bears hope he can get on track with a new offense and new change of scenery.
28. Dion Sims
The Bears brought in Sims on a three-year deal which shows how committed they are to him. They see him as their pure in-line blocking tight end who can complement Adam Shaheen or Zach Miller.
27. Adrian Amos
Amos has been a full-time starter in the past two seasons. Still, this has not stopped the Bears from constantly looking for help at safety. 2017 may end up being a step back for former fifth round pick.
26. Prince Amukamara
The Bears would love to get the first round talent out of Amukamara. Injury has hindered him from living up to that status, but when he is on the field he can provide sturdy defense.
25. Marcus Cooper
On the field, Amukamara is likely more talented than Cooper. However, if the Bears could only choose one of the two to hit, it would be Cooper. Cooper is signed on longer, costs more and is younger with less injury experience. He is going to be relied on.
24. Lamarr Houston
More important than a secondary is a pass rush. When Houston is healthy he is a great rotational pass rusher. He may enter the year as the fourth threat, and if he can provide the old skills he used to show, the Bears will have a fierce pass rush with three players ahead of him.
23. Danny Trevathan
Trevathan would have been a lot more valuable to the team had he not tore his patellar tendon late into last season. Now the first six weeks of his season are almost certainly gone, and he will be pushing just to see the field this season.
22. Nick Kwiatkoski
Kwiatkoski has now pushed to a status more valuable than Trevathan. He is going to start the majority of the season in place of Trevathan, and after a promising rookie season, he can find a way to earn a starting job moving forward in 2017.
21. Jaye Howard
Howard would be a dynamic boost to the Bears front end. He has some hip issues, which is extremely important when factoring in his long-term value, but he would be a great starter for the 2017 season.