Signed, Sealed, Delivered
🔐 down for 4 more years! pic.twitter.com/z92mQ1Fyod
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) January 26, 2019
The Chicago Bears have decided to re-sign Bobbie Massie to a four-year deal. He has been an anchor at right tackle since agreeing to his original three-year contract in 2016. He’s started 46 of a possible 48 games since arriving in Chicago. More importantly, he has improved his play each year in the Windy City. The move guarantees consistency for head coach Matt Nagy’s offense heading into Year Two.
“Bobbie has a tremendous work ethic and has displayed the kind of toughness and consistency we want in our players,” Ryan Pace told WGN. “More importantly, he is a great teammate and we’re excited to keep him in the fold.
The Bears have yet to disclose the full details of the contract. The guaranteed money is rumored to be around $8 million per year. The deal could potentially shrink an already small cap space situation. Any further roster improvements will take a great deal of creativity particularly with two starters (Adrian Amos and Bryce Callahan) remaining unsigned.
Until then, stay thirsty and BEAR DOWN! JT out.