Bears' defensive depth chart takes shape

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  1. The Benjamin

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    By Rich Campbell, Tribune reporter
    12:50 p.m. CDT, July 25, 2014

    BOURBONNAIS--The overhauled Bears defense made its debut at training camp Friday morning, giving fans a peek at the unit's preliminary two-deep depth chart, which took shape as follows:
    RDE: Jared Allen, Trevor Scott

    LDE: Lamarr Houston, Willie Young

    DT: Jeremiah Ratliff, Will Sutton

    NT: Stephen Paea, Ego Ferguson

    SLB: Shea McClellin, Christian Jones

    MLB: D.J. Williams, Jon Bostic

    WLB: Lance Briggs, Khaseem Greene

    LCB: Tim Jennings, Kyle Fuller

    RCB: Charles Tillman, Kelvin Hayden

    S: Ryan Mundy, M.D. Jennings

    S: Brock Vereen, Danny McCray

    Safety Adrian Wilson worked with the third string in his first Bears practice.

    Keep in mind that a lot will happen between now and the season opener on Sept. 7, and general manager Phil Emery has said the Bears will experiment with different personnel groupings throughout the preseason.

    Friday's groupings are at least a starting point.
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    Not many surprises here except maybe Adrian Wilson not ranking ahead of McCray and Jennings.

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