Found December 28, 2013 on Tireball.com:
The Chicago Bears have signed fullback Tony Fiammmetta to a two-year extension. Ok so it’s not Jay Cutler re-signing, and truthfully it’s not even as big as the recent extension of kicker Robbie Gould but the 27-year-old has played respectably this season after sitting out for all of 2012. After missing all of 2012 with a suspected concussion the Bears took a gamble on Fiammetta in June. He’s strickly a blocker as his offensive production has been limited to four catches for 57 yards and not a single rush.
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