Chicago Bears Sign Bobby Massie to 4-Year Contract Extension

Massie has spent the last three seasons with the Bears

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The Chicago Bears wasted no time in addressing one of their biggest offseason questions, re-signing right tackle Bobby Massie to a four-year contract extension.

Massie, who was set to become a free agent when the new NFL league year began in March, was brought in by the club prior to the 2016 season, and quickly became a critical component to the team’s offensive line.

“Bobby has been an important part of our offensive line the past three years and has shown steady improvement during that time,” Bears G.M. Ryan Pace said in a statement. “Bobby has a tremendous work ethic and has displayed the kind of toughness and consistency we want in our players.”

Massie has started in 92 games at right tackle during his NFL career, including a four-year run with the Arizona Cardinals.

The Bears now have their entire offensive line under contract for the 2019 season, but will still need to make some decisions on the defensive side of the ball, as safety Adrian Amos and slot cornerback Bryce Callahan are still due to hit free agency.

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