After the Chicago Bears released Jordan Mills, who started 29 games over the last two seasons, many expected Kyle Long to bump over from his guard position and take over the starting right tackle position.
However, on the team's unofficial Week 1 depth chart, Chicago lists Charles Leno Jr. as the starting right tackle. View the entire depth chart below, courtesy of a Tweet by Kevin Fishbain of ChicagoFootball.com.
Leno, a seventh-round selection in last year's draft, wasn't particularly impressive during the preseason. Long, on the other hand, is a two-time Pro Bowler and has been taking practice snaps at tackle since the spring.
If the Bears decide to start Long over Leno at right tackle, Vladimir Ducasse will probably be promoted to the first-team unit at right guard.