5 Chicago Bears who will not be back in 2021

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LANDOVER, MD - SEPTEMBER 23: Buster Skrine #24 of the Chicago Bears looks on during the first half against the Washington Redskins at FedExField on September 23, 2019 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)
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3. Buster Skrine

It flew under the radar but the amount of time that Buster Skrine missed for a concussion should be alarming. This is especially more alarming when you realize that there were questions going back to when the Bears signed him relating to concussions.

You have to first be concerned about the health of Buster Skrine. Beyond that, Skrine has started to see struggles in his play. When he went down with injury he was the leader in yards allowed from the slot in the NFL.

The Bears can save about $3 million from moving on from Skrine. For Skrine, he should be considering retirement. Beyond that, the Bears are best to move on. They can save the money and hope that Duke Shelley, and Kindle Vildor take steps after serious postseason work.