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On the surface, a comparison between Yannick Ngakoue and nine-time Pro Bowl selection Julius Peppers seems odd, almost counterintuitive.

The Bears list Ngakoue, whom they signed Friday to a one-year, $10.5 million contract, at 6-foot-2, 246 pounds. When Peppers joined the Bears in 2010 in a blockbuster free-agency signing, he was 6-7, 295.

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Pass rushers come in different shapes and sizes, and Ngakoue and Peppers certainly would not resemble one another standing side by side. It seems more like an apples-to-oranges comparison.

But former Bears defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli, who was Ngakoue’s line coach in 2021 with the Las Vegas Raiders and worked with Peppers during his stint in Chicago, says they are more alike than initially meets the eye.

“If you look at Julius and the size, you are shocked at the speed and how fast he runs and moves,” Marinelli said. “If you look at Yannick, you are going to be shocked at his power. It’s the same combination, it’s just opposite.”

Peppers, who will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the first time in 2024, is fourth in NFL history with 159 1/2 sacks. He played in 266 games, tied for sixth among defensive players, and was a matchup nightmare for offensive linemen during his 17-year career.

Ngakoue, 28, is two years younger than Peppers was when he joined the Bears. Ngakoue has been a model of consistency with eight or more sacks in each of his first seven seasons. The Bears are his sixth team.

Marinelli puts Peppers and Ngakoue in the same upper bracket of pass rushers because of their full tool boxes to defeat offensive tackles.

“Yannick’s power out of his stance and up the field, he can turn that into a power rush in a second because these offensive tackles are bailing on him due to the speed,” Marinelli said. “The offensive tackles with Julius had to brace themselves because they had 6-7, 295 pounds coming at them, and then — pfft! — he was right around the corner.

“It’s just the opposite with Ngakoue. Your sets better be right or he’s going to go right around you. He is fast. His get-off is really something.”