The Chicago Bears have signed center Roberto Garza to a one-year contract extension, per a team announcement on Saturday.
Terms of the agreement weren't immediately disclosed to the press.
“It was just a phone call from my agent. They talked. My position and my age, there’s not much negotiating. So, pretty straightforward,” Garza said, via Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com.
Garza indicated that uncertainty surrounding head coach Marc Trestman and the team's coaching staff's futures in Chicago didn't factor in to his decision to re-sign.
“Whether it’s coach [Marc] Trestman or whatever is gonna happen, I want to be a part of this team and this organization,” Garza said. “I believe in the things that we’re doing. Obviously, we have to do them better to try to win more games.”
A 14-year veteran, Garza has started 144 games for the Bears and 175 of his 205 career games overall.
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