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Bears revealed their first “unofficial” depth chart for the preseason. As we’ve learned through the years Cheap Mitchell Trubisky Jersey , this first depth chart doesn’t matter much, but we’re a football starved fan-base, so we’ll inspect this bad-boy like it’s a playoff roster!There isn’t much on it that comes as a surprise, but we’ll start with the offense. The o-line is the expected bunch right to left; Bobby Massie, Kyle Long, Cody Whitehair, Eric Kush, and Charles Leno Jr. Rookie James Daniels is listed as the number two left guard and the third string center. I think he has a great shot at unseating Kush, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Kush kept the job. He was playing good football two years ago before his injury. Converted defensive lineman Rashaad Coward is listed as the number two right tackle. The highlight of the skill players is both free agent wide outs, Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel, listed as the starters. Kevin White is behind Robinson, and rookie sensation Anthony Miller is behind Gabriel. The only interesting thing at the running backs is Ryan Nall is number five at the tailbacks, and not grouped in at all at fullback. Michael Burton is the only FB listed. Trey Burton is the top tight end, and second year pro Adam Shaheen is number three behind Dion Sims. This jives with what we’ve heard from head coach Matt Nagy. He said it’s be Burton (U) and Sims (Y) as the “starters,” with Shaheen getting reps at both spots. There are no surprises at the special teams. Cody Parkey (K), Patrick Scales (LS), and Patrick O’Donnell (P) round out the number ones. Tarik Cohen is the top punt returner, while Benny Cunningham is the number one kick returner. Over on the defensive side of things, the Bears open with Sam Acho starting at outside linebacker opposite Leonard Floyd. Jonathan Bullard starts at one defensive end spot with Roy Robertson-Harris backing him up. Hold out rookie Roquan Smith is the number two inside linebacker behind Nick Kwiatkoski. The starting secondary is unchanged from a year ago, with the only interesting thing to note is Deiondre’ Hall — who has played some corner in the past, and is currently listed at CB on the Bears’ roster — is listed as the backup safety to Adrian Amos. I’d imagine that some of the first stringers on this depth chart will be held out of Thursday’s preseason opener against the Ravens in the Hall of Fame Game.Look over the Bears’ depth chart and let us know if anything stands out to you guys.The Bear’s Den, September 14, 2018 BEAR DOWN Youth Cody Parkey Jersey , CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSS / DRAFT / FREE AGENCYPotash: Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky undaunted by scrutiny of missing Trey Burton in the end zone - Sun Times - Just because Trubisky didn’t have “it” Sunday night doesn’t mean he’s never going to have it. They call them growing pains for a reason.Zeglinski: Putting Khalil Mack’s Bears debut into context – The Rock River Times - A dominant force of nature toppling over an entrenched building by itself isn’t lost in the shuffle of the overall storm. It just means the one tidbit of destruction wasn’t the main story, nor should it be.Bernstein: Despite Loss, Bears' Super Bowl Odds Improve - 670 The Score - The Bears' odds of winning the Super Bowl are now 33-to-1 after Sunday.Seahawks vs Bears Thursday Injured Report - 247Sports - Seattle Seahawks vs Chicago Bears Thursday Injury Report.Woodson believes Bears' defense will be the difference vs. Seahawks - ESPN Video - Darren Woodson and Tedy Bruschi discuss Monday night's game between the Bears and Seahawks.Dickerson: Chicago Bears' outlook for Khalil Mack: If he feels good 'let's go' - ESPN - Even the Bears were caught off-guard by Mack's monster debut, and they're hoping he can keep it going against the Seahawks.Week Two: Seahawks at Bears Game Preview - Da Bears Blog - Yes, the Green Bay result was dreadful. But one has to remember it was merely Week One. The arrow is pointed decidedly up for this group and things are going to start moving in that direction quickly.Medina: Olin Kreutz and Wilber Marshall Among Bears Legends Up for Hall of Fame Induction in 2019 - Bleacher Nation - Olin Kreutz is on The List!Chalk Talk: Will Smith play more Monday? - ChicagoBears.com - Senior writer Larry Mayer discusses the likelihood of rookie linebacker Roquan Smith seeing more playing time Monday night against the Seahawks, why the Bears didn’t throw more deep passes versus the Packers and how much Leonard Floyd was affected by hisLeGere: Chicago Bears' Trubisky aware and still learning - Daily Herald - Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky is pretty adept at self-criticism, as he demonstrated when asked Thursday about the final 2:08 Sunday night after the Bears had fallen behind the Green Bay Packers 24-23 at Lambeau Field.Wiederer: 'As long as he feels good, let's go': Bears eager to turn Khalil Mack loose even more - Chicago Tribune - After an impressive debut against the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack will look to keep his momentum going in a Monday night showdown against Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks.Kane: A by-the-numbers look at the Bears in Week 2 - Chicago Tribune - The Bears have lost four of their last five games against the Seahawks.Bears questions and answers - Chicago Tribune - Bears burning questions: Chicago Tribune writers address key issuesJahns: OLB Khalil Mack should be better in Week 2 - Sun Times - Bears outside linebacker Khalil Mack should be even better in Week 2 against the Seahawks.Bears predictions 2018: Week 2 vs. Seahawks - Sun Times - The Chicago Sun-Times’ experts offer their predictions for the Bears’ “Monday Night Football” home opener against the Seahawks:Finley: Bears LB Roquan Smith has earned more playing time - Sun Times - Roquan Smith will play more Monday night than he did against the rival Packers, when the rookie logged only eight snaps.Finley: Ex-Bears Wilber Marshall, Olin Kreutz among Hall nominees - Sun Times - Former Bears Wilber Marshall and Olin Kreutz were two of 102 modern-era nominees for next year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday.Finley: Bears G Kyle Long misses practice with ankle injury - Sun Times - Guard Kyle Long sat out Thursday’s practice with an ankle injury, according to the Bears’ injury report.Mayer: Trubisky vows to learn from Week 1 loss - ChicagoBears.com - Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky was candid and introspective Thursday at Halas Hall, especially when he discussed how he’ll approach his next two-minute drill with a different mindset.9 questions to test if you know your Bears-Seahawks history - ChicagoBears.com - How much do you know about the history between the Bears and Seahawks? Take this quiz to see whether you’re a rookie or an all-pro veteran.Fans weigh in on Brian Urlacher's greatest moments - ChicagoBears.com - As part of our Wednesday weigh-in feature, we asked Bears fans to let us know their favorite memories of Brian Urlacher before he is honored Monday night. Here are some of the responses we received.Perez: Trey Burton says Bears QB Mitch Trubisky is ‘obsessed to be the best’ - Bears Wire - Chicago Bears TE Trey Burton said QB Mitch Trubisky is obsessed to be the bestPerez: Mitch Trubisky explains missed Trey Burton TD against Packers - ChicagoBears.com - Chicago Bears QB Mitch Trubisky explained the play in which he missed a wide-open Trey Burton for a touchdown against the Packers in Week 1Stankevitz: Was Trey Burton open? Why that question misses the larger picture for Trubisky - NBC Sports Chicago - Mitch Trubisky, on Thursday, offered the most clear-headed take on the screenshot of him missing a seemingly-open Trey Burton in the end zone against the Packers.Bears Week 2 injury report: Kyle Long misses Thursday practice with ankle injury - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears don't have a long injury list, but a few players were added to the mix after Sunday night’s loss to the Green Bay Packers.Numbers suggest Week 2 vs. Seahawks is must-win game for Bears - NBC Sports Chicago - If the Bears want to make a surprise run to the playoffs in 2018, they may have to treat Monday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks as a must-win.Under Center Podcast: What do the Bears need to prove against Seattle? - NBC Sports Chicago - JJ Stankevitz and John “Moon” Mullin look ahead to what areas of concern the Bears need to address leading up to Monday’s game against the Seahawks. Plus, why JJ wants to see Mitch Trubisky throw an interception against Seattle.Game Preview: Chicago Bears - Seattle Seahawks -Da Bears Brothers Podcast - In this in-depth episode, the guys cover everything you need to know heading into the Chicago Bears' Week 2 game against the Seattle Seahawks in primetime.POLISH SAUSAGEThomason: Hot/Cold Fantasy Picks For Week 2 - 670 The Score - Alex Smith has a quality match up, while Derek Carr has trouble on the horizon.KNOW THY ENEMYPete Carroll: Brandon Marshall one of greatest WRs ever - Sun Times - Receiver Brandon Marshall will return to Soldier Field on Monday for the first time since the Bears traded him in March 2015.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONPhotoshop of the Week: Ryan Pace has all the right moves - The Blitz Network - Official Post from The Blitz Network: By: Robert ZeglinskiWe're going to try and have a little fun with sidebars from our serious work from time to time here at The Blitz Network. 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Bears fans, sign up HERE to join...Zeglinski & Bevens: Do the Seahawks have any chance against the Bears’ Khalil Mack? - Windy City Gridiron - On the latest WCG Radio, Field Gulls’ Jacson Bevens joined me to break down how Seattle’s Russell Wilson can get an edge on a rising Bears defense.Duerrwaechter: More than what meets the eyes; an optimistic take on the Chicago Bears’ season debut - Windy City Gridiron - Despite a bitter end to their Sunday night, ECD presents a "glass half full" outlook on the Bears’ first week of live action.Householder's Week 2 Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears are hosting their home opener on Monday Night Football and trying to wash off the stink of last week’s loss.Infante: With loss to Green Bay behind them, Bears defense in position to rebuild momentum - Windy City Gridiron - This week, the Bears could end up displaying more of the promise that they showcased in their first half of their matchup against the Packers.WCG CONTRIBUTORS BEARS PODCASTS & STREAMS2 Minute Drill - Website - iTunes - Andrew Link; Steven’s Streaming – Twitch – Steven Schweickert; T-Formation Conversation - Website - iTunes - Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; WCG Radio - Website - iTunes - Robert ZeglinskiTHE RULESWindy City Gridiron Community Guidelines - SBNation.com - We strive to make our communities open and inclusive to sports fans of all backgrounds. 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