The Chicago Bears released their first unofficial depth chart of 2015 on Wednesday. View it in full below, courtesy of a Tweet by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune.
As Campbell notes, there are no big surprises on the depth chart. Kyle Long is still the starting right guard after taking snaps at the tackle positions in the spring; Brock Vereen has maintained his edge over Ryan Mundy for the starting safety job beside Antrel Rolle.
No first-year players are listed with the first-team. First-round rookie Kevin White (shin) -- who should start when healthy enough to be removed from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list -- is on the second-team, behind Alshon Jeffery and Eddie Royal at wide receiver. Second-round rookie Eddie Goldman is currently backing up veteran Jeremiah Ratliff at nose tackle.