James Brown, Kyle Long are co-starters at RG on Bears' first depth chart

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There were no surprises on the Bears first unofficial depth chart of the 2013 season the team released Monday morning.

James Brown and Kyle Long are listed as co-starters at right guard. Corey Wootton and Shea McClellin are listed as co-starters at left defensive end.

Brandon Marshall is backed up by Earl Bennett, rookie Marquess Wilson and free agents Terrence Toliver and Jerrell Jackson at one wide receiver position. Alshon Jeffery is backed up by Joe Anderson, rookie Marcus Rucker, Devin Aromashodu, Brittan Golden, Eric Weems and rookie Josh Lenz at the other wide receiver position.

Tony Fiammetta is listed as the starting fullback, ahead of Harvey Unga.

J’Marcus Webb is listed as the starter as right tackle, backed up by Eben Britton, rookie Jordan Mills and Cory Brandon.

The tight end competition figures to be interesting as the preseason begins Friday night at Carolina. Martellus Bennett is backed up, in depth chart order, by Steve Maneri, Kyle Adams, Fendi Onobun, Gabe Miller and newcomer Leonard Pope.

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