The next Logical Step: Lester's Visual Roster Breakdown in Depth Chart form. Numbers were included for Preseason watching pleasure, because even the most ardent Bears fans probably don't know Jerrell Jackson's number.
<a href="http://www.windycitygridiron.com/2013/7/30/4572290/chicago-bears-2013-position-battles-roster-bubble">Lester's Position Series</a>
Green= Roster lock
Yellow= Good Bet to Make it
Red= Roster Bubble
and the defense...
Notes: I guess Mills showed enough to warrant him pushing Webb for playing time. I think it is offensive how ill-prepared Webb came for this offseason program. I have been a Webb defender for his play last year outside of the GB and SF games, but really? His play is starting to look to volatile to protect the right side. Two rookies on the right side? Thanks Webb, I hate you (Unless you win back the RT position, then we can talk again)
Earl Bennett is one of my favorite players on this team. That said, it is very sad to see him failing because of injuries.
I don't think Edwin Williams makes this team.
Ebon Britton practicing at LT with 2's and snapping at C means this kid is on the inside track for not only a 53 man roster spot, but also be on the active roster every Sunday.
Again, Wilson has to be on this team. he reminds me of Cruz.
Bostic and Greene looked good. I am excited to see them develop.
Melton's injury is concerning. Collins is a starter on most 4-3 teams. I didn't realize Irvin's first name was actually Corvin.
It says something about the job that Emery has done, that we lose a veteran Corner and have a healthy battle for the nickel position.
Blake Costanzo makes this team for his work on ST, defensively JT Thomas was a better player in Carolina.
Brandon Hardin didn't kill himself, YAY!
If there is a more up to date depth chart, inform me and I will update.