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Chicago Bears Depth Chart Following NFL Draft

There seems to be some confusion with the Chicago Bears depth chart. There is no way to know for sure how it will pan out until midway through training camp, but the Bears’ depth chart should look something like this:

(Reserves in parenthesis)

Starters Reserves

LT Larry Borom (Braxton Jones)

LG Cody Whitehair (Ja’Tyre Carter)

C Lucas Patrick (Doug Kramer)

RG Sam Mustipher (Zachary Thomas)

RT Teven Jenkins (Julien Davenport)

WR1 Darnell Mooney (David Moore)

WR2 Byron Pringle (Equanimeous St. Brown)

SWR Velus Jones Jr.

QB Justin Fields (Trevor Siemian)

RB David Montgomery (Khalil Herbert)

TE Cole Kmet (Ryan Griffen, James Oshaughnessy)

FB Khari Blasingame

UT Velus Jones Jr (Trestan Ebner)

SDE Muhammed Al-Q (Sam Kamara)

WDE Robert Quinn (Trevis Gibson D.Robinson)

NDT Khyiris Tonga (Angelo Blackson)

3DT Justin Jones (Mario Edwards Jr.)

WLB Roquan Smith (Joe Thomas Caleb Johnson)

MLB Nicholas Morrow (Noah Dawkins)

SLB Matthew Adams (Jack Sanborn)

CB Jaylon Johnson (Kindle Vildor Lamar Jackson)

CB Kyler Gordon (Thomas Graham Allie Green)

SCB Tavon Young (Duke Shelley)

FS Eddie Jackson (Elijah Hicks, Michael Joseph)

SS Jaquan Brisker (Dane Cruikshank)

P Trenten Gill

K Cairo Santos

LS Patrick Scales

The depth chart will change a ton over the next few months as Ryan Poles tries to get his team set in his vision. A few players were cut to make room for a long list of try-out players:

Leaving:

  1. RB Master Teague

  2. WR Landon Lenoir

  3. WR Savon Scarver

  4. DE Ledarius Mack

  5. LB Jaylon Alexander

  6. S Amari Carter

Additions:

  1. RB De’Montre Tuggle, Ohio

  2. DE Carson Taylor, North Arizona

  3. LB Christian Albright, Ball State

  4. S AJ Thomas, Western Michigan

  5. S Jon Alexander, Charlotte

  6. LS Antonio Ortiz, TCU

Chicago Bears Roster Will Change Again

The six additions must have shown the HITS philosophy to the coaching staff because they moved off more receiver help for defensive players.

Matt Eberflus and Poles have a solid connection to the vision they are looking for from players. While most if not all of them likely won’t make the 53-man roster, a shot is all they are seeking.

I will try not to hype up the defense, but good practice players will help the offense this summer. Also, the Chicago Bears must like their receiver room. Competition is the best way to know if they have the weapons needed to run a solid offense.

The Bears have 12 receivers:

  1. Isaiah Coulter (6’2 198)

  2. Chris Finke (5’9 186)

  3. Cyrus Holder (6’3 198)

  4. Velus Jones Jr (6’0 200)

  5. Henry Litwin (5’11 189)

  6. Darnell Mooney (5’11 173)

  7. David Moore (6’0 219)

  8. Dazz Newsome (5’10 184)

  9. Byron Pringle (6’1 203)

  10. Kevin Shaa (5’10 166)

  11. EQ St Brown (6’5 214)

  12. Nsimba Webster (5’10 180)

There will be lots of talk about the offensive line and pass catchers this season. The Bears have more than enough different body types and styles for this offense to get moving. The question will be, are they talented, and is the quarterback the real deal?

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