The Best Chicago Bears Of All Time By Jersey Number: #70-79

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#71-James Williams

Tenure: 1991-2002

It took a few years for “Big Cat” to find his calling in the NFL, but once he did, he became one of the most consistent offensive linemen in franchise history. He played his entire 12-year career in Chicago, but actually started on the defensive side of the ball, filling in William Perry and Steve McMichael when necessary. He moved to offense in 1993 and became the starting right tackle in 1994 and played in and started every single game for the next nine years.

1991: 14 games, 1 sack

1992: 5 games

1993: 3 games

1994: 16 games

1995: 16 games

1996: 16 games, 2 fumble recoveries

1997: 16 games

1998: 16 games

1999: 16 games

2000: 16 games, 1 fumble recovery

2001: 16 games

2002: 16 games

Runner-up: Earl Leggett