How are the reps being divided amongst the QBs?
It's a foregone conclusion that Cutler will get every first-team rep, as he's learning offensive coordinator Mike Martz's system for the first time just like most everyone else, and Hanie shouldn't have to sit behind LeFevour or Teel, either.
Is Unga going to end up a tailback or a fullback?
Should the coaching staff decide to give him a look at fullback, he'll be behind starter Will Ta'ufo'ou since Unga has never been a lead blocker, although Eddie Williams was a tight end in college and is still learning the position.
Where exactly does Manumaleuna fit in the offense?
Clark himself admitted he has no idea how the depth chart is going to shake out once Manumaleuna enters the picture, but remember Martz has gone out of his way to say tight ends must be blockers first in his scheme.
Is Bennett still on the outside looking in at receiver?
Earl Bennett, conversely, spent the first half of the offseason coming back from a knee scope and the second half being outshined by his teammates, so he better pick it up at Olivet Nazarene University if he wants to be a part of the rotation again.
Will the offensive line look any different in full pads?
Much has been made about Olin Kreutz having surgery on his Achilles and being healthier now than he was a year ago, but expecting him to be a Pro Bowler again may be unrealistic at 33 years old and in the final year of his contract.
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