At least one Chicago Bear knows he’ll be returning next year. The Bears gave a one-year extension to veteran center Roberto Garza on Friday. Garza, a undersized but technically sound player who has squeezed the most out of his ability, will be counted on to anchor a offensive line that has struggled with injuries and inconsistency throughout the 2014 season. [...]
LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract extension with veteran center Roberto Garza.
Friday's move comes as the Bears are wrapping up one of their most disappointing seasons in recent memory. They are 5-10 heading into Sunday's final game at Minnesota and could be facing some big changes with the status of general manager Phil Emery, coach Marc...
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The Chicago Bears have signed captain Roberto Garza to a one year contract extension. There are no reports yet on how much the deal is for.
Roberto Garza and Twitter React To One Year Extension
After signing his one year extension Garza spoke to the media.
Garza gives props to Olin Kreutz, Big Cat Williams and Taylor Boggs for work he did getting stronger before this season.
Chicago as officially announced the contract extension for C Roberto Garza.
The #Bears have signed @Roberto_Garza63 to a one-year contract extension. pic.twitter.com/tCIFc4lSMr
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) December 26, 2014
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Chicago Bears have signed veteran C Roberto Garza to a one-year contract extension...
Not only was it tough on the Chicago Bears losing to the Buffalo Bills, but it was very tough on the offensive line with both Roberto Garza and Matt Slauson suffering lower leg injuries in week one.#176927591 / gettyimages.comAccording to Mike Florio from Pro Football Talk:Center Roberto Garza and guard Matt Slauson(pictured) each have ankle injuries. Per multiple reports...
Roberto Garza is one of few veteran faces on the Chicago Bears whose tenure with the team is older than Marc Trestman’s arrival, he’s been aboard since 2005. In what could be his last year in the NFL, Garza is primed for a good season – arguably a top center in the NFL. That argument isn’t very hard to make though.
Garza is currently the 23rd highest paid center in the NFL...
Roberto Garza, formerly a solid guard in his prime, struggled at center in 2010-2012, especially struggling in 2011, when he graded out as Pro Football Focus’ 2nd worst ranked center. However, he was actually pretty solid last season, grading out as Pro Football Focus’ 12th ranked center. There’s no guarantee he’ll be nearly that good again in 2014, especially as he heads...
The Bears re-signed veteran guard Roberto Garza to a 1-year deal on Thursday.
Terms are not yet disclosed but many believe it to be worth $1.5 million.
Bringing back Garza for another seasons means the Bears will return all five starters on the offensive line for the second year in a row. Garza has started 164 games in 13 seasons with the Bears and Falcons. He has been named a captain...
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune mentions that impending free agent C Roberto Garza is “hopeful” that he and the Bears will be able to reach an agreement that will keep him in Chicago next season.
Biggs adds that Bears GM Phil Emery has said that they would like to retain Garza.
Garza, 34, has played the last nine seasons for the Bears after coming over from the Falcons....