Chicago Bears CB, Kindle Vildor
Can Kindle Vildor fall down the depth chart any further? The answer is and should be yes. As of now, Vildor is still currently ahead of guys like Michael Ojemudia, Macon Clark and Bralen Trahan. After watching last week's game, I'm moving Ojemudia above Vildor. I know that many Chicago Bears fans liked Vildor and we all hoped he'd develop into something more. He showed flashes at times throughout his career, but I think it is time for him to find a new home.
The guys I listed are not likely to make the roster either. Jaylon Johnson, Tyrique Stevenson and Kyler Gordon are currently the top three at the position. Terrell Smith pushed his way ahead of Vildor before the team's first preseason game and has even pushed Stevenson for some starting reps in practice. He didn't play against the Titans due to an injury.
Joshua Blackwell and Jaylon Jones also moved up the depth chart prior to the Chicago Bears game vs the Titans. That left Vildor neck-and-neck with Greg Stroman, Jr. I am not confident that the Bears keep more than six cornerbacks. Last year, they kept 10 defensive backs -- six corners and four safeties. Vildor definitely seems like an odd-man-out and I'd be shocked if he didn't see less playing time vs the Colts,