It might be too much for all involved, but especially coaches. Of all the issues that keep them awake at night, team dissension tops the list.
Notes on a coach: Looking for leadership in the Bears' Matt Nagy
The rumors began to spread over the holidays when race car driver Danica Patrick and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers were spotted dining together.
Kevin M. Gilbride, who spent the last four seasons as the Giants’ tight ends coach, was named to the same role with the Bears.
In episode 144 of their podcast, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge offer their thoughts on new Bears coach Matt Nagy.
The Rams are merely a starting point. Andy Reid is the standard to which Matt Nagy should be held.
Matt Nagy knows offense, but the most important question of his Bears tenure will boil down to three words: Can he lead?
He is the first defensive coordinator to be retained by a new Bears coach since Buddy Ryan was inherited by Mike Ditka — at George Halas’ behest.
The Carolina Panthers hired Norv Turner on Friday as their new offensive coordinator to replace Mike Shula.
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.
You ask, I answer. You make a declarative statement, I still answer. Let’s talk Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs, White Sox and more. It’s Your Turn.
But with or without Fangio, Nagy’s early work in building a coaching staff has been impressive, on paper.
The Bears didn’t have much of a prayer this season on the field. But a member of the family who own the NFL team maintains a big interest in prayer.
Helfrich, a former quarterback at Southern Oregon, is most noted for working under Chip Kelly at Oregon.