When any player steps onto the field in the NFL for the first time, virtually, they have a chance to make it to the Hall of Fame.
They may have not been the best player in college or have been drafted high, but what they do in the NFL is what really matters.
Factors like MVP awards, Super Bowl rings, being a record holder and/or reaching milestones help make the decision on whether or not a player deserves to be apart of the historic building in Ohio.
Currently, the Chicago Bears have 27 primary players in the Hall of Fame (the most throughout the NFL). Additionally, there are three other players who suited up in a Bears uniform for small parts of their career and eventually inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Players who play for the Bears now are on the fast track to an HOF induction in years to come. Others have the potential to get there but have to improve a little bit more or maybe win a championship to be considered for the HOF.
However, the Bears have a couple of guys on the roster who will be able to make it there someday.
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