M.D. Jennings


NFL decisions typically make themselves and the Bears’ ones at safety will as well. Eventually.


BOURBONNAIS, Ill. – He has been something of a forgotten figure with all of the shuffling and evaluating going on at the far back end of the Bears defense.


Not quite every day of training camp, but pretty close, has had a different combination of free-strong safeties. Handicapping who will emerge as the starting tandem from among M.D.


As if to underscore the fluid state of the safety position, the Bears for the first time on Monday went with a “heavy” package at the back end of their defense, pairing strong safeties Ryan Mundy


Fittingly perhaps, the Bears dubbed it the 2014 unofficial depth chart in their first pregame release of the 2014 preseason. Still, it is worth noting: