Kevin Fishbain at chicagofootball.com previews training camp by reviewing the situation along the offensive line. Fishbain surprises me in this article by suggesting that the only major position battle is at left guard:
“The only clear competition for a starting job on offense is at left guard between former Cardinal Ted Larsen and second-round pick Cody Whitehair.”
Fishbain goes on to suggest that the Bears are totally counting on Hronis Grasu, who struggled at times last year, to man the center position. But that’s not the way I see it.
Multiple reports indicate that Whitehair was snapping the ball at mini-camp last month on the side and that he will have a shot at the center position. I think its much more likely that this comes down to three players, Larsen, Whitehair and Grasu, for two jobs, left guard and center, with everyone else on the outside looking in entering camp. And it will be fascinating to see how it plays out.