The Chicago Bears are going to head into the 2013 NFL season with four new starters along the offensive line. Center Roberto Garza will remain the starter as he heads into the final year of his contract. Phil Emery made it a priority to overhaul the offensive line during the off-season and he hopes that by adding Jermon Bushrod at left tackle and shifting J'Marcus Webb both slots...
While there’s a lot of attention being focused on what prospects are potential starting guards in the NFL Draft, consideration has to be given to the center position as well. Roberto Garza isn’t getting any younger and you could start a center out at guard until he learns the offense then switch him inside to center after Garza’s contract expires. Additionally if the Bears...
The Chicago Bears have a need in free agency, they need to start to rebuild the offensive line and the perfect place to start would be by signing free agent center Brian de la Puente from the Saints. The center from New Orleans represents an ideal fit for the Bears for a number of different reasons which I will list here.
First the Bears have a need at the center position...
The ad wizards over at NFL apparel recently decided to put together this classic commercial starring Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and Bears offensive lineman, Roberto Garza.
The commercial was for the NFL women's apparel line and answers the age old question, "What does Roberto Garza look like in a Jay Cutler jersey?"
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A REAL BEAR ON THE SET
Bears QB Jay Cutler has always been known as a very confident person.
Maybe he’s trying to show a different side of himself in the latest 2012 NFL women’s apparel commercial.
Cutler is one of two Bears players to welcome a child into his life along with WR Earl Bennett this past Monday.
It might be a surprise to some that he has time to appear in commercials. I don’t think...
Chicago Bears offensive lineman Roberto Garza's seamless switch from guard to center built a strong foundation for the front five. We also bring you game strategies, personnel notes and more.
While the Bears were negotiating with Olin Kreutz at the start of training camp in late July, guard Roberto Garza took his place at center and didn’t sound too wild about it. ‘‘I thought Olin was going to come back,’’ Garza said. ‘‘A scenario without Olin here was the furthest thing from...
Veteran center Roberto Garza and the Chicago Bears have agreed on a two-year contract extension through 2013.
Primarily a guard his first 10 seasons, Garza replaced the departed Olin Kreutz at center and helped stabilize a line that struggled in the early going but has played well in recent weeks.
The blocking was good enough in Monday's 30-24 victory at Philadelphia for Jay...
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November 08, 2011
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bears re-signed arguably their most consistent veteran offensive lineman, Roberto Garza.
The 32-year-old Garza originally signed a six-year-deal with the Bears in 2006.
He was going to be a unrestricted free-agent if the Bears didn’t wrap him up.
They extended him for two more seasons, the extension is worth $6.55 million, $2.6 million is guaranteed...
Chicago Bears veteran center Roberto Garza agreed to a two-year contract extension which will keep him in the Windy City through 2013.
The deal is worth $6.55 million - including $2.6 million guaranteed. The Chicago Tribune reported the extension on Tuesday following the team's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Garza, 32, moved to center following the departure of 13-year...