The Bears haven’t shuffled linebackers to the degree they have safeties this offseason and training camp, but it is a position group with multiple moving parts.
BOURBONNAIS, Ill. – The situation didn’t appear serious at the time and may not be — seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs finishing a play and coming off walking gingerly on his left leg.
The approach of the first preseason game, a game Friday in Soldier Field with the Philadelphia Eagles, means that the Bears will issue their first official depth chart of 2014.
As a rookie, Jon Bostic saw more playing time — appeared in all 16 games — than anticipated after the Bears' defense faced numerous injuries throughout the 2013 campaign.
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