Following a season-ending 31–17 loss to the Vikings on Sunday, the Bears fired coach Matt Nagy on Monday after four seasons, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Nagy went 34–31 after he was employed in 2018. After three straight last-place seasons below Nagy’s predecessor, John Fox, Nagy led the Bears to a 12–4 document and an NFC North title in his first season earlier than shedding to the Eagles within the wild-card recreation.
After clinching a playoff berth at 8–8 final season, then shedding to the Saints within the opening spherical, the Bears went 6–11 this yr, their worst document since Fox’s last season.
Nagy has spent a lot of the season deflecting rumors of his firing. In November, he denied a report saying he had been knowledgeable the workforce’s Thanksgiving recreation could be his final with the franchise. Final month, Nagy mentioned he anticipated to see out the remainder of the season amid experiences that the Bears would fire him after Week 18.
The previous Enviornment League quarterback spent his total assistant teaching profession below Andy Reid—first with the Eagles from 2009–12 earlier than becoming a member of Reid with the Chiefs, the place he served as offensive coordinator through the ’16 and ’17 seasons.
The workforce additionally reportedly parted ways with general manager Ryan Pace on Monday. Tempo had been with the Bears since 2015, having amassed a 48–65 document in his seven years with the workforce.
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