Who are the worst Chicago Bears draft picks over the last 10 years?

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Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft: Ego Ferguson, DL 

Selection: Second Round (51st overall)

If you forgot the name Ego Ferguson, no one would blame you. He was in and out of the league in the span of three years and hasn’t been heard from since. 

Ferguson worked in a rotational piece on the defensive line as a rookie and recorded two sacks, but injuries limited his sophomore campaign, only appearing in four games. Injuries prevailed again in 2016, causing Ferguson to miss the entire season. 

By the time 2017 came around, the Bears were out of patience and cut the former second-rounder. Ferguson was briefly picked up by the Green Bay Packers only to fail his physical and be cut just days later.  

Ferguson is yet another tale of a talented player that never got a fair shake in the NFL. He only started one game in his pro career and was out of the league before his 26th birthday.

The 2014 Draft as a whole was a mixed back for the Bears. They landed Kyler Fuller in the first and Pat O’Donnell and Charles Leno Jr. In rounds six and seven, respectively, but had a rough patch in the middle of the draft taking Ferguson, Will Sutton, Ka’Deem Carey, Brock Vereen, and David Fales in consecutive picks.