Having listened to his new boss heap praise upon him, Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio walked to a microphone podium Thursday with a wry smile.
Shane Toub, the son of former Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub, will join the Bears as a low-level offensive assistant, sources confirmed.
Jason George, who followed John Fox to the Bears three years ago after serving as the Broncos’ deputy, was let go on Tuesday, sources confirmed.
Kevin M. Gilbride, who spent the last four seasons as the Giants’ tight ends coach, was named to the same role with the Bears.
Matt Nagy knows offense, but the most important question of his Bears tenure will boil down to three words: Can he lead?
At the end of his first week, new Bears head coach Matt Nagy logged his biggest win – defensive coordinator Vic Fangio is returning.
Chris Tabor returns to the Bears after serving as assistant special teams coach under Dave Toub from 2008-10.
Matt Nagy found his offensive-minded deputy Thursday when former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich agreed to be his offensive coordinator.
The Bears woke up Wednesday morning feeling optimistic about their chances of retaining defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
Matt Nagy’s last text message to Mitch Trubisky was one of congratulations after the Bears traded up to draft him No. 2 overall in April.
New head coach Matt Nagy knows that keeping Vic Fangio as the team’s defensive coordinator is an important step in his first few days in charge.
The Bears are introducing head coach Matt Nagy on Tuesday afternoon at Halas Hall. Follow along with all the latest developments here:
New Bears head coach Matt Nagy will be introduced at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Here are five questions he must answer in his first few days in charge:
General manager Ryan Pace christened Matt Nagy the 16th head coach in Bears franchise history Monday.
Even by assistant coach standards, Matt Nagy comes to the Bears with little experience. He’ll fit right in.