Garza's knee scope a success

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears guard Roberto Garza underwent successful arthroscopic knee surgery, according to Bears head coach Lovie Smith.

"Everything went as planned," Smith said. "It was minor surgery that he had, but hopefully before long we'll be able to get him back on the field."

It's unknown where Garza will play upon his eventual return. Chris Williams and Edwin Williams are penciled in to start at guard Sunday against Seattle, and Bears offensive line coach Mike Tice said he'd like to have his final starting combination set by this weekend.