Halas Intrigue, Episode 6: Matt Nagy gets testy after Bears lose to Packers

Matt Nagy is not having a good day.

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Bears head coach Matt Nagy at Solider Field.

Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears looks on before the game against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field on September 05, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois.


The day after an ugly Bears loss to Green Bay in the season opener, the Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley, Jason Lieser and Mark Potash dish on a mildly irritated Matt Nagy taking questions at his press conference. They also talk Trubisky’s troubles. And there’s a new Pot-cast: Mark talks about getting his first job at 8 years old and the incredible thing he did with all the money.

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