Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Offensive Line (9) Matt Rourke/Associated Press Jermon Bushrod Matt Slauson Roberto Garza Kyle Long Jordan Mills Eben Britton Brian de la Puente James Brown Joe Long After struggling for years to find adequate protection for Jay Cutler along the offensive line, the Bears finally found the perfection combination in 2013. Jermon Bushrod, Matt Slauson, Roberto Garza, Kyle Long and Jordan Mills will likely reclaim their starting jobs this season, while Eben Britton and Brian de la Puente appear to be locks as backups. That leaves a handful of talented players to fight for two openings. While the team added competition when it drafted Charles Leno Jr. in the seventh round and added undrafted free agents Ryan Groy and Cody Booth, James Brown's versatility should help land him a backup role in 2014. One of the final spots will come down to a competition between tackles Michael Ola and Joe Long. Long spent time on the 53-man roster last season, and the team appears to be high on him and his abilities as a backup at left tackle. The brother of St. Louis Rams left tackle Jake Long, he has the athleticism for the position but is still very raw and needs to improve his technique. After Ola worked out for the Bears last December, according to Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com, they claimed him off waivers from the Miami Dolphins this past May. Ola started five games for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League in 2012 with current Bears head coach Marc Trestman at the helm. Just like Brown, Ola has the flexibility to play both guard and tackle, but because of Long's potential at both tackle positions, he will likely get the nod.