Buffalo Bills release unofficial depth chart

The Buffalo Bills released their unofficial depth chart on Monday.

The Buffalo Bills released their first unofficial depth chart for the 2015 season. There aren't many surprises on the list, but Buffalo did list a few players as co-starters.

At the quarterback position, Matt Cassel, Tyrod Taylor and E.J. Manuel were listed as co-starters. Cassel will get his first shot to impress the Bills coaching staff this preseason when he starts on Friday against the Carolina Panthers. Among the trio, Taylor has been the most consistent.

At running back, rookie Karlos Williams is listed fifth behind LeSean McCoy, Fred Jackson, Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown. Williams is likely to surpass Brown in the near future and has a legitimate chance of starting the season as the team's third running back.

At wide receiver, Robert Woods and Percy Harvin are listed as co-starters across from Sammy Watkins. All three players will have a significant role in Buffalo's 2015 passing attack.

Matthew Mulligan was possibly the biggest surprise as the team's No. 3 tight end behind Charles Clay and MarQueis Gray. Behind Mulligan are Nick O'Leary, Chris Gragg, Clay Burton and Chris Manhertz.

There are no surprises among Buffalo's offensive line but Seantrel Henderson is currently listed as the team's starting right tackle. Cyrus Kouandjio still has a chance to win the job, but Henderson has created some separation as of late.

Most starting spots are set in stone defensively for the Bills, but some backup jobs are up for grabs. At safety, Duke Williams and Bacarri Rambo are listed as backups behind Aaron Williams and Corey Graham. Jonathan Meeks and Kenny Ladler make up the third team safeties. At defensive tackle, Corbin Bryant is listed as Marcell Dareus' backup. Bryant has had a strong camp and could see a lot of snaps in Week 1 as Dareus serves his one-game suspension.

To view the entire Bills depth chart, click here: Buffalo Bills unofficial 2015 depth chart

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