Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy has been the talk of his city for all the wrong reasons this week.
After getting beat be a Lamar Jackson-less Ravens team, the “fire Nagy” chants have been heard at the Chicago Bulls game as well as his son’s high school football game.
And on Tuesday, a report leaked that Matt Nagy has already been told by the team’s management that Thursday’s game against the Lions will be his last.
Matt Nagy Will Reportedly Coach His Last Game With The Bears On Thanksgivinghttps://t.co/UAiBJxQTSC
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) November 23, 2021
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During a media session on Tuesday, Matt Nagy called that story inaccurate.
#Bears HC Matt Nagy on a report stating Thursday will be his final game: "That is not accurate."
Says he's had great communication with ownership and upper management and that topic has not been mentioned.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 23, 2021
When speaking on the rumor, Bears special teams coach Chris Tabor (who filled in earlier in the year when Matt Nagy had COVID) also said he was unaware of the bombshell report from earlier in the day.
#Bears special teams coordinator Chris Tabor is meeting the media at his regularly scheduled time, forced to address the report that Matt Nagy has already been informed of his firing:
"I don't know anything about that report."
— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) November 23, 2021
Matt Nagy has little to know chance of being the Bears head coach when the 2022 season begins. Now, it’s just a matter of when ownership decides to pull the plug.