2021 Chicago Bears roster rank: 55-51

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As we inch closer to training camp, our ranking of the Chicago Bear roster has finally gotten to the top 53 players. These are the players that should be making the roster now. Remember that our ranking is looking into only their 2021 value and what they are expected to bring to the table.

With that in mind, we are now onto number 55. Here are numbers 90-56.

90. Brian Johnson

89. Rojesterman Farris

88. Khalil McClain

87. Caleb Johnson

86. Sam Kamara

85. Daniel Arcibong

84. Scooter Harrington

83. Chris Lacy

82. Dionte Ruffin

81. Rodney Adams

80. Tyrone Wheatley

79. Thomas Ives

78. CJ Marable

77. Jester Weah

76. Jake Butt

75. Teez Tabor

74. LeCale London

73. Daureuan Parker

72. Michael Joseph

71. LeDarius Mack

70. Adam Redmond

69. Tre Roberson

68. Xavier Crawford

67. Badara Traore

66. Artavis Pierce

65. Ryan Nall

64. Riley Ridley

63. Patrick Scales

62. Joel Iyiegbuniwe

61. Charles Snowden

60. Dieter Eiselen

59. Artie Burns

58. Lachavious Simmons

57. Jesper Horsted

56. Arlington Hambright

55. Dazz Newsome, WR

Dazz Newsome was drafted in the sixth round. He could very well make the roster, but a shoulder injury that sidelined him for OTAs has to be a detriment currently putting him behind. His biggest positive going for him is that he is the next most experienced slot wideout behind Anthony Miller. Still, a sixth-rounder who is hoping to be healthy for camp is not going to crack the top 50 right off the bat.

54. Marqui Christian, S

The Chicago Bears have danced with Christian showing some interest overall. They signed him in 2020 but he was suspended. A roster crunch caused them to let him go, but he came back around and even played snaps in the Bears playoff loss to New Orleans. Christian is now back in 2021 and looking to compete with DeAndre Houston-Carson and Deon Bush for a legitimate role in this defense.

53. Josh Woods, LB

Last Season: 64 

Josh Woods spent a year on the practice squad and then found himself on the roster last season. A development last year was that he was pretty clearly ahead of Joel Iyiegbuniwe on the depth chart, which is also reflected in our list. Still, his upside is special teams and it would be concerning if he had to start.

52. Jordan Lucas, S

Lucas is interesting because he opted out with COVID concerns last season. The team was interested and brought him back. It is worth noting he started playoff games for the Kansas City Chiefs on defense, and we know that Matt Nagy likes his former Chiefs.

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51. James Vaughters,EDGE

Last Season: 48 

Last season Vaughters was in competition with Isaiah Irving among others. He outlasted Irving and has made his presence as a special teams player who can give high motor snaps. Still, Trevis Gipson is expected to take a step and that step would be over him on the depth chart.