The Bears are changing the inside of their offensive line tonight
The Chicago Bears are making a change along their offensive line, as first reported by ESPN 1000's David Kaplan on Friday and now confirmed by Chicago Bears sideline reporter Mark Grote. Here's how they're expected to line up against the New England Patriots tonight.
Left Tackle: Braxton Jones
Left Guard: Michael Schofield III
Center: Lucas Patrick
Right Guard: Teven Jenkins
Right Tackle: Larry Borom
Patrick, who had been filling in for the injured Cody Whitehair at left guard, will go to center, where he was initially signed.
Sam Mustipher, who has started the last 29 games for Chicago, is sent to the bench.
Schofield, who was signed during training camp, cut before the season began, and then re-signed when the Bears placed Alex Leatherwood on the NFI list, will make his first NFL start since the Chargers' season finale in 2021. Schofield, 31, has started 81 games in his career.
Whitehair was playing well before injuring his knee, and if he is able, he can be activated from injured reserve following the Dallas game on October 30.
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