The Top 50 Chicago Bears of All Time

Bob WarjaSenior Writer IMay 15, 2010

The Top 50 Chicago Bears of All Time

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50. Kevin Butler

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49. Neal Anderson

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48. Doug Plank

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47. Jim McMahon

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46. Johnny Morris

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45. Devin Hester

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44. Lance Briggs

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43. Richie Petibon

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42. Wilber Marshall

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    Marshall achieved some of his accomplishments after leaving the Bears, including the 1992 defensive player of the year, but he was a major force while here. In just four seasons with the Bears, he was a first team All-Pro selection, and a second-teamer. Permanently disabled today, Da Coach continues to stump on his behalf.

41. Otis Wilson

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40. William "The Refrigerator" Perry

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39. Mike Brown

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38. Doug Buffone

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37. Fred Williams

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36. Joe Fortunato

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35. Keith Van Horne

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34. Tom Thayer

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33. Jay Hilgenberg

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32. Brian Urlacher

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31. Jimbo Covert

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30. Gary Fencik

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29. Steve McMichael

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28. Olin Kreutz

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27. Richard Dent

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26. Mike Singletary

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25. Jim Finks

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24. George Trafton

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23. George Musso

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22. William Roy "Link" Lyman

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21. George Blanda

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20. Dan Fortmann

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19. Ed Healey

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18. Bill Hewitt

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17. Stan Jones

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16. "Paddy" Driscoll

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15. Sid Luckman

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14. George McAfee

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13. Dan Hampton

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12. Bronco Nagurski

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11. George Conner

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10. Bill George

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9. Bulldog Turner

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8. Red Grange

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7. Doug Atkins

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6. Joe Stydahar

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5. Mike Ditka

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4. Gale Sayers

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3. George Halas

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2. Dick Butkus

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1. Walter Payton

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