Stories about Bears head coach Matt Nagy
If I had to pick one word to describe our Monday visit with Matt Nagy at Halas Hall it would be: sad, Hub Arkush writes
We'll find out what the Bears are really playing for, Hub Arkush writes
With six weeks remaining in the 2021 season and all of the craziness and turmoil that has surrounded the Chicago Bears, perhaps the most stunning fact of all – and I emphasize fact – is they enter this home stretch just one game out of a playoff spot, Hub Arkush writes
For a man struggling like mad to save an ultra valuable prize, a head-coaching job in the NFL, truth is pretty darn important. But does it rise to the level of covering people’s behinds?
Justin Fields will sit out Thursday's game due to a rib injury. Andy Dalton will make his first start since Week 2, head coach Matt Nagy confirmed Tuesday.
Cary-Grove's student section started a "Fire Nagy" chant late in Saturday's football game against Lake Forest, where one of Nagy's sons plays on the varsity team. C-G officials quickly shut it down, but C-G principal Neil Lesinski issued an apology Tuesday.
Bears head coach Matt Nagy said Tuesday that a report stating he will be fired following Thursday's game in Detroit is “not accurate.”
Hub Arkush writes, if you have a heart discussing a painful end to another man’s future is never pleasant, particularly if it’s someone you like as I do Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy
In this NFL, the Bears are an average team that can’t afford to be average again if people want to keep their jobs, Hub Arkush writes
As much as we are often made to feel it's heresy to say anything good about the man, the Bears' beatdown of the Raiders was a “Matt Nagy win.”
Matt Nagy ultimately will be judged by how many games he wins and loses, not how quickly he develops Justin Fields, Hub Arkush writes
Veteran QB Andy Dalton has been out with a knee injury since Week 2. Matt Nagy said the team will have an update on Dalton's status by Wednesday, but if Dalton is healthy, he will start in Week 5.
How radical is Matt Nagy willing to get to save his and others’ jobs?
Bears head coach Matt Nagy placed the blame of Sunday's loss on himself, but simply accepting blame isn't enough to fix this offense, Hub Arkush writes.
It’s not about the play calling, It’s what Bears coach Matt Nagy should be doing instead, Hub Arkush writes