The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with center Roberto Garza, according to the Chicago Tribune.
“Getting a chance to play with that offense and on that line, I am looking forward to building off what we did,” Garza told the newspaper's beat writer, Brad Biggs.
Garza, 34 is coming off a strong season.
“I feel like I have gotten better every year,” Garza said. I still have a lot to improve upon but I am getting more comfortable. It’s like anything else you do, the more time you spend at it, the more you improve.”
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