A lot to watch as Chicago Bears offense gets its first test

  • Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will have three new starters on the offensive line, a new tight end and a new starting running back (Jeremy Langford, shown here) when the Bears open their NFL preseason on Thursday at home against the Denver Broncos.

    Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will have three new starters on the offensive line, a new tight end and a new starting running back (Jeremy Langford, shown here) when the Bears open their NFL preseason on Thursday at home against the Denver Broncos. Mark Black | Staff Photographer/2015 file

 
 
Updated 8/10/2016 2:39 PM

In Thursday night's preseason opener, the Chicago Bears hope to begin answering the questions that come in rebuilding, especially on offense where quarterback Jay Cutler will be working behind three new linemen and won't be handing the ball to Matt Forte anymore.

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