Bears fire coach Matt Nagy, from Mannheim center Sports
“Chicago Bears” fired coach Matt Nadia. This season, the Bears, led by Nadia, a pupil of Mannheim Central, had a score of 6-11.
Nadia’s dismissal was announced by Kevin Seifert on ESPN.com.
Nagy, who has coached the Bears since the start of the 2018 season, set a 34-31 record for four seasons in Chicago. In her first season with the Bears, Nadia had a 12-4 record and won the NFC North before losing to the Philadelphia Eagles in the playoffs. This was followed by two 8-8 seasons.
Announcement of the dismissal of Nadia and Grandmaster Ryan Pace from the Bears site
Nagy, who played quarterback in Delaware and the Arena League, was an assistant coach at the Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs before getting a job at the Bears.