The Best Chicago Bears Of All Time By Jersey Number: #20-29

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#21-Donnell Woolford

Tenure: 1989-1996

One year before the Bears drafted Mark Carrier, they used their first round draft pick on another cornerback who would become one of the most popular Bears of the 1990s, Donnell Woolford. In his eight years in Chicago, he racked up 32 interceptions, which is good for fourth on the all-time team list. He made the Pro Bowl in 1993 and was an All-Pro in 1994.

1989: 11 games, 3 INT, 56 tackles

1990: 13 games, 3 INT, 18 yards, 70 tackles, 2 sacks

1991: 15 games, 2 INT, 21 yards, 77 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 sack

1992: 16 games, 7 INT, 67 yards, 94 tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery

1993: 16 games, 2 INT, 18 yards, 101 tackles

1994: 16 games, 5 INT, 30 yards, 52 tackles, 1 forced fumble

1995: 9 games, 4 INT, 21 yards, 29 tackles

1996: 15 games, 6 INT, 37 yards, 1 TD, 57 tackles

Runner-up: Leslie Frazier