Ranking top 10 most valuable Chicago Bears players in 2021

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From 90 all the way down to the top 10 we have counted down the Chicago Bears roster heading into training camp. Names will move and things will change, but as of right now, these are the 90 players that you will see at camp in order of their importance to the 2021 season.

This is a look solely at their 2021 value and what they could bring. In the best-case, how would these players be impacting the Bears roster next season? Check out players 90-11 below, and then we will count down the top 10.

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

54. Marqui Christian

53. Josh Woods

52. Jordan Lucas

51. James Vaughters

50. DeAndre Houston-Carson

49. Austin Calitro

48. Khiyris Tonga

47. Javon Wims

46. Nick Foles

45. Thomas Graham

44. Mike Pennel

43. Trevis Gipson

42. Pat O’Donnell

41. J.P. Holtz

40. Khalil Herbert

39. Larry Borom

38. Deon Bush

37. Cairo Santos

36. Angelo Blackson

35. Elijah Wilkinson

34. Damien Williams

33. Damiere Byrd

32. Marquise Goodwin

31. Alex Bars

30. Jimmy Graham

29. Tarik Cohen

28. Anthony Miller

27. Christian Jones

26. Duke Shelley

25. Kindle Vildor

24. Desmond Trufant

23. Mario Edwards

22. Jeremiah Attaochu

21. Robert Quinn

20. Germain Ifedi

19. Eddie Goldman

18. Sam Mustipher

17. Teven Jenkins

16. Danny Trevathan

15. Cole Kmet

14. Tashaun Gipson

13. James Daniels

12. Bilal Nichols

11. Andy Dalton

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10. Chicago Bears WR Darnell Mooney

Last Year: 32

Last year we were bullish on Darnell Mooney by ranking the fifth-round rookie at number 32. However, we could not expect the rise that Mooney had and especially how fast it came. It took about a week before Mooney was clearly the number two wide receiver in this passing attack.

What is most interesting with Mooney is how often he was missed when it appears he was running free into open field deep. With two new quarterbacks, the Bears hope at least one is better and that they can take advantage of Mooney more. The clear-cut second threat in the passing attack cracked the top 10 by his second NFL season.