Who wore number 10 on the Bears?

January 11, 2019 Off By idswater

Who wore number 10 on the Bears?

Damiere Byrd
10: Damiere Byrd, wide receiver – The free agent pick up will wear a number that a few Bears fans probably have hanging in their closet today.

What are the top 10 bears?

Top 10 Largest Carnivorous Bear in The World

  • Kodiak Bear. Kodiak bears are the largest species of bear in the world and also the largest land carnivore in southwest Alaska.
  • Polar Bear.
  • Grizzly Bear.
  • American Black Bear.
  • Asian Black Bear.
  • Sloth Bear.
  • Sun Bear.
  • Spectacled Bear.

Who has worn number 9 for the Chicago Bears?

Jim McMahon

No. 9
NFL Draft: 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5
Career history
Chicago Bears (1982–1988) San Diego Chargers (1989) Philadelphia Eagles (1990–1992) Minnesota Vikings (1993) Arizona Cardinals (1994) Cleveland Browns (1995)* Green Bay Packers (1995–1996)
* Offseason and/or practice squad member only

Who is the nicest bear?

The Spectacled bear is said to be the friendliest bear excluding pandas. They live in South America, and they are the last species of bears there.

Which bears are the strongest?

Among all bear species, both the grizzly bear and polar bear take the crown as the strongest. Weighing more than around 800 pounds — the maximum recorded size is twice that figure — an individual male grizzly is equivalent to around five humans in strength … and even more when enraged.

Who was number 55 on the Chicago Bears?

Easily the hardest choice in this post was at number 55. Otis Wilson played eight seasons with the Bears, Buffone 14 and Briggs is entering his ninth. Tackle and forced fumble stats weren’t available for Buffone or Wilson.

Who was the last Bears player to not wear a helmet?

Otis Wilson, LB (1980-87): 36 sacks, 10 INTs and a Pro-Bowler in 1985. 56 – Bill Hewitt, E (1932-36): Perhaps best remembered as the last player to not where a helmet, Hewitt was a good receiver for the team back in the ’30s. He totaled 52 career receptions for 939 yards and 13 TDs.

Who are the greatest Bears of all time?

The Greatest Bears by Number (55-59) Honorable Mention – Tom Thayer, RG (1985-92): Thayer started 120 of 123 games with the Bears. In his time in Chicago he missed only five games. He never made a Pro-Bowl but he is remembered for being a tough guy and a staple of the great Bears o-lines of the ’80s.

How many games did Rosevelt Colvin play for the Bears?

59 – Rosevelt Colvin, LB (1999-2002): Colvin played only four years with the Bears but in that time he started 36 games, while appearing in 56 overall. He got 26 sacks, two INTs and 10 forced fumbles. He was never a Pro-Bowler or an All-Pro but he was a great contributor for the team.

Who are the Chicago Bears players that wore number 71?

71. George Connor 72. William Perry 73. Mike Hartenstine 74. Jimbo Covert 75. Kyle Long 76. Steve McMichael 77. Red Grange

Who is number 43 on the Chicago Bears?

This Hall of Famer also has his number retired. 43 – Jim Dooley, WR (1952-61): While he later coached the Bears, which weren’t very good teams, he also played for the Bears for eight seasons. While he didn’t appear in any Pro-Bowls or anything it’s safe to say he was a much better player than coach.

Who wore each jersey number the best?

Who wore each jersey number the best? Who wore each jersey number the best? We’ve debated, polled, and assembled a list of the best Bears player to wear each jersey number from 1 through 99. Link icon Copied!

Who is number 55 on the Chicago Bears?

Brian Urlacher 55. Lance Briggs 56. Bill Hewitt 57. Olin Kreutz 58. Wilbur Marshall 59. Danny Trevathan 60. Wally Chambers 61.