By Dan Durkin-

(CBS) The Bears offensive line shuffling continues against Carolina. Center Roberto Garza’s ankle injury will keep him sidelined for the fourth-straight game. Joining Garza on the inactive list for Sunday is left tackle Jermon Bushrod, who suffered a knee/ankle injury during practice on Wednesday.

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On a positive note, the Bears get left guard Matt Slauson back, who will start versus the Panthers.

Last season, the Bears started the same five offensive lineman for all 16 games, one of three teams to do so. Five weeks into the 2014 season, they’re already working with their third different starting combination.

Today’s line from left to right will be: Michael Ola, Slauson, Brian de la Puente, Kyle Long and Jordan Mills.

Here are the rest of the inactives for the Bears:

— CB Sherrick McManis (quad)

— S Ahmad Dixon (hamstring)

— LB Shea McClellin (hand)

— DT Jeremiah Ratliff (concussion)

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— T Charles Leno

Here are the inactives for the Panthers:

— QB Joe Webb

— RB Jonathan Stewart

— RB DeAngelo Williams

— S Tre Boston

— TE/FB Richie Brockel

— LB D.J. Smith

— G Andrew Norwell

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Running back Darrin Reaves will start for the Panthers in place of Williams.