Ware scored on a short touchdown run against the Bears, but has not shown much otherwise. He has been around for a few years, and although he has had his moments, he's never capitalized on the chances he has been given. Brown has impressed coaches with his renewed quickness in camp, but has not shown that explosiveness yet in the pre-season games.
Da'Rel Scott has not been given many chances in the first two games, leading me to believe that he entered week two of the pre-season behind Ware and Brown on the depth chart. After his 97-yard touchdown run on Monday night, I expect to see him get a much longer look the rest of the pre-season. He could benefit the most from Bradshaw's absence.
Charles Scott is an interesting case. He's unlikely to beat out any of the three aforementioned backs based on just his running ability, but it should be noted that he was in as a fullback on Da'Rel Scott's long run, and he delivered a key block. With none of the other fullbacks showing much in pre-season games, perhaps the coaches will fall in love with Charles Scott's versatility. I'd still consider him the long shot in this group, as Henry Hynoski has shown more in practice and is much more likely to be kept, but Charles Scott's ability to play fullback is something to consider.
It should be interesting to see which of Ware, Brown and Da'Rel Scott inherit first team touches.