The Bears released their first unofficial depth chart Monday in advance of Thursday night's preseason opener against the Denver Broncos at Soldier Field.
Jeremy Langford is listed as the starting running back, ahead of Ka'Deem Carey, Jacquizz Rodgers, Jordan Howard and Senorise Perry.
Alshon Jeffery is the starter at one receiver position ahead of Marc Mariani, Deonte Thompson, Cameron Meredith and Daniel Braverman, while Kevin White is first at the other spot ahead of Eddie Royal and Joshua Bellamy.
The starting offensive line consists of left tackle Charles Leno Jr., Jr., left guard Cody Whitehair, center Ted Larsen, right guard Kyle Long and right tackle Bobby Massie. The second unit consists of left tackle Nick Becton, Larsen at left guard, center Cornelius Edison, right guard Amini Silatolu and right tackle Jason Weaver.
Khari Lee is the No. 2 tight end behind Zach Miller and ahead of Tony Moeaki, Greg Scruggs, Gannon Sinclair and Ben Braunecker.
On defense, Akiem Hicks the starter at one end position ahead of Ego Ferguson and Keith Browner, while Mitch Unrein is No. 1 at the spot ahead of Jonathan Bullard and Cornelius Washington. Eddie Goldman is the starting nose tackle ahead of Will Sutton.
At inside linebacker, Danny Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman are the starters, Jonathan Anderson and John Timu are the backups, and Lamin Barrow and Christian Jones are listed with the third team.
At outside linebacker, Pernell McPhee and Willie Young are the starters, Lamarr Houston and Sam Acho are the backups, and Leonard Floyd and Christian Jones are listed with the third team.
Tracy Porter is the starter at one cornerback position ahead of Bryce Callahan and Sherrick McManis, while Kyle Fuller is first at the other spot ahead of De'Vante Bausby and Deiondre Hall.
At safety, Harold Jones-Quartey and Adrian Amos are the starters, Deon Bush and Chris Prosinski are the backups, and Demontre Hurst and DeAndre Houston-Carson are listed with the third team.
The only return specialists on the depth chart are Thompson (punts) and Mariani (kickoffs).