Matt Nagy Not Worried About Job Security

Rumor has is that Matt Nagy should be worried about job security, however he is not. The Chicago Bears came into this season with high expectations after a disappointing 2019 campaign. However, they are 5-7 and in 10th place in the NFC playoff standings. Despite their record, head coach Matt Nagy said he maintains the backing of upper management.

“Yeah, I do,” said Nagy, when asked whether he still felt supported by the Bears’ front office/ownership.

Nagy added that he has not had any specific discussions with chairman George McCaskey or president/CEO Ted Phillips about his job security, but said that the lines of communication he shares with them and general manager Ryan Pace are open and strong.

“We all have a really good communication,” Nagy said. “I think that’s one of the things I know Ryan and I really appreciate from George and Ted is the communication process that we’ve used over the last three years. It’s very open. There’s a lot of listening on both sides and then there’s a togetherness and understanding the whys, I think.

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“For myself, just speaking for me, when I have those conversations with Ted and with George, I just appreciate them being able to understand from my end and the things that we’re going through and how we do it. And then for me to be able to listen from their end, what they see, because that’s just so important to understand and hear that and be able to work through the pros and the cons that we talked about. That part I couldn’t ask any more for and I just appreciate that.

“And in regards to Ryan, when things are easy and you’re on winning streaks and things are going well the communication is always good. But when things aren’t going well, that’s probably to tell you the truth — like right now, when we’re struggling and we’re going through and we’re trying so hard to get things right because we care so much — the communication gets even tighter.”

December 10, 2020 by : Posted in bears No Comments

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