10 worst Chicago Bears draft picks of Ryan Pace era
8. Hronnis Grasu, 71
Hronisnis Grasu is another player that could arguably be ranked higher because he did not finish out his rookie contract with the Chicago Bears. Still, after his rookie season in 2015, you would have thought that he would have been one of the staples of the Ryan Pace era.
Grasu flashed in eight starts as a rookie, but in 2016 he tore his ACL and missed the whole season. He came back in 2017, but was not quite the same, and only started four games, mainly because Cody Whitehair had stepped into the role already.
They brought Grasu back to camp for the 2018 season, but he was let go before catching on with Baltimore. Grasu played in three games for the Ravens in 2018, then went to Miami, Tennesse, and back to Baltimore, he was active for a game in 2019.
San Fransico had center issues in 2020 and called on Grasu, who started three games again. Grasu spent 2021 on the Raiders practice squad and is still with the Raiders as this is published.
Grasu being a three-year player and then getting cut by Chicago shows that he was not a good investment for a third-round pick. Still, while he is not getting legitimate action, the fact that he is in the NFL in 2021 shows he was not the worst pick of the bunch, either.