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Starting tight end Martellus Bennett hasn't missed a game in two seasons and let's all pray that trend continues.
Zach Miller (not the one from Seattle), Dante Rosario, Matthew Mulligan and Jeron Mastrud make up the rest of the depth chart after Bennett.
There is little to no depth at tight end and that's a concern. Rosario knows the offense but only caught one pass with the Bears last year. Miller is far removed from his best years in Jacksonville and Mulligan has struggled to stick with a team after spending the first three years of his career with the New York Jets.
Some would say with the crop of running backs and wide receivers like the Bears have, who needs depth at tight end? Injuries happen all the time and it's always nice to have a solid second option for blocking and receiving near the goal line.
Miller is likely the second guy in but look out for Mulligan. He spent time with the Patriots last year and has a lot of versatility.