It's looking like the Bears will be well-represented on the All-Pro team. 

According to reports, Khalil Mack, Tarik Cohen, Kyle Fuller, and Eddie Jackson have all been named All-Pros. It was first reported by WGN's Adam Hoge:

It's not much of a surprise, given how dominant each of the four are at their respective positions. Mack put up huge numbers in his first season with the Bears, piling up 12.5 sacks and 6 forced fumbles. He led the team in QB hits and was 2nd behind only Akiem Hicks in tackles for loss. Jackson and Fuller anchored a secondary that helped lead the league in turnovers and give the Bears the third-best turnover margain in football. Fuller ended in a three-way tie for 1st in the NFL with seven interceptions. He also led the NFL in passes defended. 

Jackson may have been the breakout star of this defense, though, ending the season as one of Pro Football Focus' highest-graded safeties:

Jackson's scored five defensive touchdowns since the start of the 2017 season, which is one of the more thoroughly mind-boggling stat you'll find anywhere in the NFL. 

It's Cohen's first All-Pro team selection as well. Not only did he lead the league in punt returns and total punt return yards, but Cohen also set a career-best mark in yards per return (12.5).

One name that's absent is Akiem Hicks, who's headed to his first Pro Bowl after having the best year of his career. Between the (only) unanimous selection of Aaron Donald and the first-time selection of the Eagles' Fletcher Cox, Hicks is just unfortunately the odd man out.