Projecting the Bears Offensive Linemen: Webb’s Roster Spot in Jeopardy

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

Bubble (4) 

Here’s the most interesting group.  If you believe the Bears will keep 8 offensive linemen and the Locks and Solid guys are in, then you have two spots open among this group.

Aug 9, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Chicago Bears take to the field before the game against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. CArolina wins 24-17. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Jonathan Scott - I put him on the bubble because his bad knee could put him at risk of possible getting cut or put on IR if it continues to linger. He’s probably the most likely bubble guy to make the squad if healthy.  That just puts more pressure for one spot left between the rest of the class.

J’Marcus Webb – Webb’s status has never been in doubt like this before.  It’s put up or tweet up time.

Eben Britton – perhaps the most versatile offensive lineman. Jack of all trades, master of none. Will need to perform well in preseason games to lock down a spot

Edwin Williams – the most experienced backup interior lineman will be fighting for his life over the last couple of preseason games.

Outside Looking In (3)

PJ Lonergan, Taylor Boggs, Corey Brandon are all facing a major uphill climb to make a roster spot.  Maybe one of these guys can crack the practice squad?

What do you think?  Which of the bubble guys can break through for a spot?  Are the locks really locks?  How do you see the eight offensive line spot filling out?  Let’s see your comments.

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse
Next Bears Game View full schedule »
Friday, Aug 2222 Aug7:00at Seattle SeahawksBuy Tickets

Tags: Chicago Bears Offensive Line

  • Bob Doll

    Well if Emery cuts Webb…I will stop doubting his objectivity (not that I really ever did, but was looking for consistency in leadership/decision making from him). People sometimes lie to themselves or put so much into a player, it creates a barrier to taking a certain distasteful action such as cutting a player…I think that is where Tice was because I could see the attributes, but never the play or consistency on the field. What makes any Bear fan believe after four years that will change?