Top 10 wide receivers in Chicago Bears history

Just how high does D.J. Moore already rank on our all-time wide receiver list?

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7. Allen Robinson

Oh, what could have been. When Allen Robinson signed a 3-year, $42 million contract with the Bears back in 2018, the tides were turning in Chicago. It was one of a few key signings the Bears made while also bringing in Matt Nagy as head coach.

Robinson was coming off a torn ACL, which made him a risky signing by the Bears. However, he went on to have some immediate success, catching 255 passes for over 3,000 yards and 17 touchdowns in those three years.

The Bears would bring Robinson back for one more season in 2021, but he had gotten to the point where he was fed up with being in Chicago that year. His effort diminished greatly, as he was seen jogging routes and refusing to block in key situations.

He ended his Bears career with 293 catches for 3,561 yards and 18 touchdowns. He did do enough to currently sit no. 11 on the all-time receiving list. From there, his career took a serious turn and appears to be on the tail end as we speak.