REPORTS: Chicago Bears Interviewing Former Miami Dolphins HC After Firing Matt Nagy

Published 01/12/2022, 7:25 AM EST


The “FIRE NAGY!” chants worked. The fans were so loud that the management of the Chicago Bears had no choice. They had to fire their HC, Matt Nagy, after a disastrous season. This sudden mid-season firing left a big hole in the management of the Bears. 

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The reporter of the NFL Network and host of SiriusXM NFL Radio, Tom Pelissero, revealed a recent development in this matter. According to Pelissreo, the Chicago Bears are set to interview former Miami Dolphins HC Brian Flores. The Dolphin recently parted ways with Flores, but it looks like he is already moving on. 

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Chicago Bears open up their coaching position

The NFL recently had an infamous Black Monday. This event saw many teams part ways with their head coaches. The Minnesota Vikings fired their HC Mike Zimmer. The Miami Dolphins fired Brian Flores. Besides these, there are a few more vacancies to be filled in the NFL. The Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are both looking for interim coaches at the helm. On Sunday, the Denver Broncos fired their head coach Vic Fangio. The New York Giants also got rid of Joe Judge. But the one we all saw coming was the firing of Matt Nagy from the Chicago Bears. 

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Nagy spent four seasons in Chicago. During that tenure, he produced a record of 34-31. Ever since the head coach joined the Chicago Bears, their record kept on deteriorating. In his rookie season with the Bears, Nagy went 12-4. A couple of even 8-8 seasons followed this. But this season was the worst. The Bears were only able to get a 6-11 record. They missed the playoffs. The fans keep on chanting “Fire Nagy!” Each week. It became a staple of weekly football until the Bears finally fired him. 

Can Brian Flores be a suitable replacement for Nagy?

Brian Flores was the head coach of the Dolphins for three seasons. He has an overall record of 24-25. In his first year in 2019, he went 5-11. In the 2020 season, we saw a nice improvement. Flores got a record of 10-6. In his last season, he produced 9 wins and 8 losses missing the playoffs. 

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The Dolphins parted ways with Brian Flores on Monday. But recently, it has been reported by Pelissero that the Bears are interested in him. Do you think Brian Flores will be a good fit for the Chicago Bears?

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Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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Sports journalist by day, gamer by night and a gym addict by morning. Gurjyot has been a lifelong fan of Wrestling, Contact sports, Rock music and Video games. With a degree in English Literature and Economics from Patkar College, Mumbai, he is set out to conquer every task he sets his mind to.

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