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The defense might take a small step back, but he's probably the right move. 

I didn't like Pagano as a HC at all though.

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Matt Nagy’s first year as the Bears head coach ended with a tough playoff loss to the Eagles, but it was a successful one overall. The Bears won the NFC North and made their first postseason appearance since the 2010 season with Nagy at the helm. That effort earned Nagy recognition as the Associated Press coach of the year at the NFL Honors show in Atlanta on Saturday night.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/02/02/matt-nagy-named-coach-of-the-year/

 

Vic Fangio’s work with the Bears defense helped land him the head coaching job in Denver and it also led to an award at the NFL Honors show in Atlanta on Saturday night. Fangio won an Associated Press vote to become this season’s choice as the assistant coach of the year.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/02/02/vic-fangio-named-top-assistant-coach-of-the-year/

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I think that Lynn should have won. Nagy didn't even build that team. At least you can credit Lynn with some of their turn around.

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good for him, but I would've thought Frank Reich would've won it. The Colts turned their team around quickly.

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9 hours ago, SteelKing728 said:

good for him, but I would've thought Frank Reich would've won it. The Colts turned their team around quickly.

I'm sure that Luck (who was named CPOY) was given a lot of credit which hurt Reich's case.

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On 2/2/2019 at 6:30 PM, TENINCH said:

I think that Lynn should have won. Nagy didn't even build that team. At least you can credit Lynn with some of their turn around.

Anthony Lynn is probably the most underrated head coach in the entire NFL.  The way he's managed that team is an A++ job.  

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30 minutes ago, vike daddy said:

At a time when the Bears seemed to be flirting with the possibility of adding running back Kareem Hunt, another team has beaten them to it. The Cleveland Browns have announced that Hunt has been signed to a contract.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/02/11/browns-sign-kareem-hunt/

Odd signing considering they have Chubb and Johnson. Not sure how this will fit, Chubb looked impressive last year. Cant imagine Hunt had many options considering he's signing with the Browns, they've got a lot to prove still to remove that stigma.

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55 minutes ago, vikingsrule said:

Odd signing considering they have Chubb and Johnson. Not sure how this will fit, Chubb looked impressive last year. Cant imagine Hunt had many options considering he's signing with the Browns, they've got a lot to prove still to remove that stigma.

Dorsey drafted him...that's all that's needed to know.  

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He’s easily better then Duke Johnson as well. Glad he didn’t end up with the Bears personally. 

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Cody Parkey‘s missed field goal in the playoff loss to the Eagles will be his last as a Bear. The Bears will release Parkey at the start of the league year, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. That’s going to be an expensive decision: Parkey is due $3.5 million guaranteed in 2019. The Bears have to pay that even if they cut him.

But Parkey had a poor season that had a terrible ending, and he seemed to alienate the Bears’ coaching staff and front office with the TV interview he gave days after his season-ending miss. Now he’s on the way out in Chicago, and the Bears will need to find a new kicker for 2019.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/02/22/report-bears-to-cut-cody-parkey/

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I am ready for the “Cody Parkey to Minnesota” comments. 

It will be legendary. 

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7 hours ago, SemperFeist said:

I am ready for the “Cody Parkey to Minnesota” comments. 

It will be legendary. 

He seems like a perfect misfit here. Let's bring him in!

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Just before the start of the 2016 season, Bears General Manager Ryan Pace cut kicker Robbie Gould. Since then, Gould leads the NFL in field goal percentage, while the Bears have had a series of kicking problems. Now Gould’s contract with the 49ers is coming to an end, and the dots are easy to connect. And they become even easier to connect given Gould’s recent comments. Gould, who still makes the Chicago area his primary home, made an appearance in Chicago on Friday and told the Associated Press that he still considers himself a Bear.

Gould: “Once a Bear always a Bear, I truly mean that. This is where I spent 11 years of my life playing for an awesome organization. I’ve developed a lot of great relationships throughout the city but also the organization, just like I’ve done in New York, just like I’ve done in San Francisco. Will it happen? I don’t know. The 49ers have the opportunity to get a contract done with me. Obviously, they have exclusive rights to talk to me until free agency opens. There’s no reason not to. At this point, I’m just enjoying being around my kids and not really worried about the football contract.”

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/02/24/robbie-gould-sounds-interested-in-returning-to-chicago/

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