The Chicago Bears today re-signed veteran center Roberto Garza to a one-year contract…
Bears Free Agency: Roberto Garza
In 2011, the Chicago Bears parted ways with longtime center Olin Kreutz. It was a surprising move, one that left the club no option but to convert Roberto Garza, who had started at guard the previous six seasons, to center. For the past three years, Garza has steadily grown into his new position but the 13-year veteran is set to hit free agency this offseason. He'll turn 35 in March but Garza has given no indication of retiring. Let's weigh the pros and cons of re-signing Garza for the 2014 season. Pros Garza struggled in 2011, his first year playing center, and improved only slightly in 2012. Yet last year he took a big step forward, particularly in pass protection. According to Pro Football Focus (PFF) Garza gave up just one sack in 2013, with zero QB hits and 12 QB pressures, all of which were...
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