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Creative Ways The Chicago Bears Can Fix The O-Line

Interestingly enough the one area that is left to address by the Chicago Bears heading into the 2015 NFL draft is the offensive line.  To date their only noteable move in that area was replacing center Roberto Garza with journeyman free agent Will Montgomery.  There are still other holes to plug and some are worried they may not have the draft picks to fix them all. Thankfully...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Class Act: New regime says Roberto Garza can retire with the Chicago Bears

The more we get to know the new Chicago Bears regime in the front office consisting of general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox the more I’m liking them. For example, when the Bears released long-time center Roberto Garza yesterday many fans were displeased, but the good news is they’re doing Garza a solid… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten NFL head coaches already...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears cut cord with Garza

As yet another reminder that change is in place at Halas Hall, the Chicago Bears said goodbye to center and former co-captain Roberto Garza on Thursday.  The 14-year veteran was informed by Bears GM Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox that the club had decided “to go in a different direction.” Upon Garza’s release, the Bears made a corresponding [...]
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

Why The Bears Were Right Sacrificing Roberto Garza

Anybody who was happy about the fact that Roberto Garza was released by the Chicago Bears needs to get a clue.  The man was a shining example of what the NFL should be about and did everything asked of him by his team and more.  He was a key cog of that 2006 Super Bowl team and emerged as a pivotal leader following the loss of Olin Kreutz. In the end though it was no accident the...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears set to release Garza, sign Montgomery

The Chicago Bears parted ways with veteran offensive lineman Roberto Garza Thursday, according to media reports. Roberto Garza Chicago Bears expected to sign Montgomery Garza was the longest-tenured player on the team, having been with the Bears since 2005. He had missed just two games in his last nine years before missing four last year. Garza signed a $1.5 million extension...
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears Releasing Veteran C Roberto Garza

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the Bears have informed long-time C Roberto Garza that he is being released. Garza, 36, is a former fourth round pick of the Falcons back in 2001. He later signed one with the Bears as an unrestricted free agent in 2005 and has since spent the past 10 years ... The post Bears Releasing Veteran C Roberto Garza appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

RUMOR: Chicago Bears Gunning For Garza Replacement

Being patient and refusing to overspend have become the trademarks of GM Ryan Pace in his first run through NFL free agency.  That is rather refreshing (and surprising) for the youngest at his job in the entire league.  After a series of quick deals with a prominent name in Pernell McPhee and two second tier guys in Antrel Rolle and Eddie Royal, the Chicago Bears have gone completely...
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March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears Give Roberto Garza New Deal

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. —...
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December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Roberto Garza back for another year

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...
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February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Bears Interested In Retaining Veteran C Roberto Garza

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....
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February 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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