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Bobby Massie signs a 1-year deal with the Denver Broncos

New York Giants v Chicago Bears Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

On Wednesday the Denver Broncos signed offensive tackle Bobby Massie to a 1-year, $4million contract. Earlier this year the Chicago Bears declined Massie’s contract option making him a a free agent.

The 31-year old, nine year veteran has started all 64 games in which he appeared in for the Bears from 2016 to 2020, but he ended the last two seasons on the injured list.

Massie is the second former Chicago offensive tackle to sign a deal today, joining Charles Leno Jr. who inked to a 1-year, $5 million deal with the Washington Football Team.

The last two offensive tackles to start a season opener for the Bears before Massie and Leno were Kyle Long (right tackle) and Jermon Bushrod (left tackle) in the 2016 season.

The Bears seem set to open the 2021 season up with rookie left tackle Teven Jenkins and the rejuvenated Germain Ifedi at right tackle.