Predicting the Chicago Bears starting offensive line after recent signings

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Predicting the starting offensive line of the Chicago Bears

Alright, now is the time to put it all together. When we look at the current roster, my first attempt at predicting the starting offensive line is going to be as follows:

"Riley Reiff – LT Cody Whitehair – LG Lucas Patrick – C Michael Schofield – RG Larry Borom – RT"

Although, I would much rather see Teven Jenkins as the starting right tackle (I was very high on him coming out of Oklahoma State), all signs are pointing toward Larry Borom being ahead of him on the depth chart. With the addition of Riley Reiff, Braxton Jones can back up on the left side and Teven Jenkins would be the backup right tackle on the right.

Overall, this group looks much better today than it did just a couple of days ago. We will have to wait and see how things play out. Even injuries can cause problems. Which players do you think will line up where come Week 1 of the regular season? Who do you believe starts today at the first practice? Do you think Ryan Poles makes any other moves with the offensive line prior to the start of the 2022 NFL season?