Matt Forte cracks NFL Network’s Top 100

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Matt Forte made the NFL Network Top 100 player list for the third time. | AP

The Bears have a player in the NFL Network Top 100.

Matt Forte is ranked No. 48 for 2015—his third time making the list—which is voted on by active players. The Bears running back was 91st last season and 33rd in 2012.

No other Bears have made the network’s list so far, which has revealed Nos. 41-100.

It’s quite likely no Bears will be in the Top 40, considering some other rankings.

For NFL Network video of Matt Forte’s ranking, CLICK HERE.

The rest of the list has yet to be released. Here is the complete NFL Network list of players 41 through 100:

100. Randall Cobb – Green Bay Packers, WR

99. Calais Campbell – Arizona Cardinals, DE

98. Adam Vinatieri – Indianapolis Colts, K

97. Joe Flacco – Baltimore Ravens, QB

96. Jurrell Casey – Tennessee Titans, DE

95. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver Broncos, WR

94. CJ Mosley – Baltimore Ravens, LB

93. Jason Witten – Dallas Cowboys, TE

92. Aaron Donald – St. Louis Rams, DT

91. Julian Edelman – New England Patriots, WR/PR

90. Michael Bennett – Seattle Seahawks, DE

89. Greg Olsen – Carolina Panthers, TE

88. Glover Quin – Detroit Lions, S

87. DeMarcus Ware – Denver Broncos, OLB

86. Eric Weddle – San Diego Chargers, S

85. Golden Tate – Detroit Lions, WR

84. Terrell Suggs – Baltimore Ravens, LB

83. Maurkice Pouncey – Pittsburgh Steelers, C

82. Haloti Ngata – Detroit Lions, DT

81. Darren Sproles – Philadelphia Eagles, RB/RS

80. Arian Foster – Houston Texans, RB

79. Marshal Yanda – Baltimore Ravens, OL

78. Ryan Kerrigan – Washington Redskins, LB

77. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons, QB

76. Sen’Derrick Marks – Jacksonville Jaguars, DT

75. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, WR

74. Muhammad Wilkerson – New York Jets, DE

73. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers, QB

72. Kyle Williams – Buffalo Bills, DT

71. Julius Peppers – Green Bay Packers, LB

70. Tamba Hali – Kansas City Chiefs, LB

69. Bobby Wagner – Seattle Seahawks, LB

68. Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona Cardinals, WR

67. Tashaun Gipson – Cleveland Browns, S

66. DeAndre Levy – Detroit Lions, LB

65. Justin Forsett – Baltimore Ravens, RB

64. Charles Woodson – Oakland Raiders, S

63. Jerry Hughes – Buffalo Bills, DE

62. Adrian Peterson – Minnesota Vikings, RB

61. Jeremy Maclin – Kansas City Chiefs, WR

60. Eddie Lacy – Green Bay Packers, RB

59. Vontae Davis – Indianapolis Colts, CB

58. Connor Barwin – Philadelphia Eagles, LB

57. Brandon Marshall – New York Jets, WR

56. Lavonte David – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, LB

55. Sheldon Richardson – New York Jets, DE

54. Steve Smith – Baltimore Ravens, WR

53. Marcell Dareus – Buffalo Bills, DT

52. Antonio Gates – San Diego Chargers, TE

51. Clay Matthews – Green Bay Packers, LB

50. DeSean Jackson – Washington Redskins, WR

49. Khalil Mack – Oakland Raiders, LB

48. Matt Forte – Chicago Bears, RB

47. Trent Williams – Washington Redskins, OT

46. Elvis Dumervil – Baltimore Ravens, LB

45. Julius Thomas – Jacksonville Jaguars, TE

44. Robert Quinn – St. Louis Rams, DE

43. Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers, QB

42. Mario Williams – Buffalo Bills, DE

41. Kam Chancellor – Seattle Seahawks, S

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