2. Lions: Graham Glasgow, Frank Ragnow
Between Glasgow and Ragnow, one is going to start at center, the other is going to start at guard. Early word was that Ragnow was drafted with the idea in mind to play center. However, early reports from OTAs were that Ragnow is taking snaps at guard now.
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Whoever starts at center, they have talent at starter. With the depth that they have at guard, it would make sense that either slides over to center if an injury were to occur. With that in mind, the depth at center is also pretty good as well.
1. Bears: Cody Whitehair, Hroniss Grasu
Cody Whitehair is slated to start at center for his third season. He had a down second season compared to a great rookie season. However, he still was looked at as an average to above average center. He was a top-five run blocker and is a strong building block moving forward.
Grasu can slot in at center, and started most of his rookie year at center in Chicago. However, the Bears also have Eric Kush and James Daniels, who can play center. One of the two is going to start and the other is likely going to be the swing guard who can jump in at center as well. There is a chance that the Chicago Bears carry four players who can play center and at the very least three. That is pretty good for the overall depth of the unit.