Halas Intrigue, Episode 22: Matt Nagy’s got secrets

For a team with a 3-1 record, the Bears have a lot going on.

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Bears coach Matt Nagy at his press conference following a Week 4 win over Minnesota.

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Patrick Finley and Jason Lieser run through an odd press conference by Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy in which he gets peppered with questions about injured quarterback Mitch Trubisky and the mysterious absence of linebacker Roquan Smith. The Bears are 3-1 heading to London to face the Raiders, but it’s been a tumultuous month.

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