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Today the Chicago Bears announced that they have reached an agreement with 9 year veteran Kelvin Hayden. Hayden did not look good in 2012 his first season with the Bears, but he does bring veteran leadership to the secondary. The 30-year-old tore his hamstring before the 2013 season, so the 2012 season was Hayden’s only […]The post Chicago Bears have signed Kelvin Hayden to a one year deal appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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The Chicago Bears have a rather dubious history when it comes to the tight end position, save for “Iron” Mike Ditka, who helped pave the way for tight ends today and became the first inductee to Canton at the position. Since Ditka’s departure for Philadelphia after the 1966 season, it’s been a virtual revolving door at the position.
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The Chicago Bears rolled the dice Friday and re-signed cornerback Kelvin Hayden despite him missing the entire 2013 season with a hamstring injury, according to ESPN. Hayden was a soon-to-be free agent on March 11 but the Bears decided to take the gamble and keep the 10-year veteran to add depth and to fortify their secondary. The 6-foot, 195-pounder Hayden missed the entire 2013...
Last season the Bears were only able to muster up a paltry 31.0 sacks. Their primary pass rusher and person accounted for a big chunk of salary had only 7.5 of the 31.0. Julius Peppers’ play has hit a sharp decline and the Bears must now find a new primary pass rusher.
When you look at this year’s crop of free agents, there’s no shortage of quality defensive ends. Yesterday...
The Bears brought back another familiar face on Thursday. Center Roberto Garza agreed to terms on Thursday afternoon and soon there after tight end Dante Rosario earned a one-year deal to stay in Chicago.
Rosario appeared in 15 games last season, making three starts, while serving mainly as blocking tight end opposite Martellus Bennett.
The 29-year-old Oregon product reeled...
The Chicago Bears have announced that they have reached an agreement with TE Dante Rosario on one-year contract.
Rosario, 29, signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys last June, but only lasted until September before Dallas shipped him off to the Bears in exchange for a conditional seventh-round pick.
Rosario appeared in 15 games last season, but only managed to catch one pass for...
Chicago Bears fans can breathe easier now, 13-year veteran guard/center Roberto Garza has been re-signed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Garza has been a solid piece in the Bears’ offensive line for 13 years. He is the only remnant of the starting offensive line that last took part in the super bowl.
The 6 foot 2 inch, 310 pound veteran provided much-needed...
According to Jamey Eisenberg of CBS Sports, the Chicago Bears have re-signed defensive back Kelvin Hayden to a one-year deal on Friday.
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have re-signed C Roberto Garza to a one-year deal.
The Bears had mentioned that they were hoping to bring Garza back next season, so this move doesn’t come as a huge surprise.
Garza, 34, has played the last nine seasons for the Bears after coming over from the Falcons. During his time with Chicago, Garza has only missed...
The Bears piled up 445 points in 2013 which was best for the second-most in franchise history.
For the first time since many people can remember, there are very few question marks on the offensive side of the ball. The Bears have arguably one of the best set of skill position players on offense in the league in quarterback Jay Cutler, wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery...
The Bears don’t have a lot of room under the salary cap and will have to be economical in free agency. If forced to choose, should the team re-sign Henry Melton or Corey Wootton?
We all love to take our turn playing fantasy general manager in the offseason, declaring confidently that we could do a better job than the guys being paid millions to run our favorite teams. Well, I am no different. I thoroughly enjoy discussing these types of offseason moves, and here is my built-in forum for […]The post Chicago Bears Offseason Plan: keep your own by Johnathan...
The Chicago Bears have signed center Roberto Garza to a one-year deal.
Garza has taken on the role of the captain of the Bears offensive line and will return for his 10th season with the team. He becomes the latest member of the offense to sign a new deal.
“Getting a chance to play with that offense and on that line, I am looking forward to building off what we did...
The Chicago Bears today re-signed veteran center Roberto Garza to a one-year contract.
Valuing veteran experience on the offensive side of the ball, the Chicago Bears re-signed C Roberta Garza today to a one-year deal. The team’s official release is below: The 6-2, 310-pound Garza started all 16 games at center for the Bears record-breaking offense in 2013. Garza was a part of an offensive line that allowed just 30 sacks last season, [...]
The Chicago Bears signed veteran center Roberto Garza this afternoon, meaning the team will be bringing back all 11 starters on offense for Year 2 under Marc Trestman.