Chicago Bears expected to fire head coach Matt Nagy after the season

Chicago Bears expected to fire head coach Matt Nagy after the season

Matt Nagy was expected to get fired around Thanksgiving time, but he survived the chopping block. He likely won’t survive once the season ends.

Nagy is expected to be fired as the Bears head coach once the 2021 regular season ends.

If Nagy has been informed that the Bears will move on from him, the team is now permitted to start searching for its next head coach, under the CBA rules.

Nagy is currently 5-10 with the Bears this season, which is his fourth with the franchise. Overall, he’s 33-30 since being the Bears head coach.

With Justin Fields as the franchise quarterback and the future, the team will look for a head coach to continue to mold his progress

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