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What will the Bears’ offensive depth chart be at the start of OTAs?

Chicago Bears organized team activities, usually referred to as OTAs, begin on May 22. And while it’s unreasonable to react to on-field performance for players like Justin Fields and his array of pass-catchers, there will be noteworthy clues about how the Bears intend to configure the starting lineup.

In this post, we’ll break down what the depth chart could look like on offense.

There aren’t too many question marks in the starting lineup. The offensive line was settled with the selection of Darnell Wright in the first round, and while the order of receivers after DJ Moore is up for debate, the top three pass-catchers will be the top three.

Let’s dive in.

Justin Fields


QB1: Justin Fields
QB2: PJ Walker
QB3: Nathan Peterman
Practice Squad: Tyson Bagent

Bears Talk Take: No surprises here. Fields is the guy. Walker was signed in free agency to be his backup. And while Bagent has an NFL arm, he’ll need a year of seasoning on the practice squad before he can challenge for an active roster spot.

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