Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey was combative, condescending and constantly "Bears-splaining," speaking to a skeptical audience to explain the firings of GM Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy.
Chicago Bears fire general manager Ryan Pace, coach Matt Nagy after 6-11 season
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears fire general manager Ryan Pace, coach Matt Nagy after 6-11 season.
The Chicago Bears are in the market for a new general manager and head coach after firing Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy.
After Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy and GM Ryan Pace were fired Monday, players are turning the page with a combination of sadness and motivation.
A year after championing “collaboration” at Halas Hall, there is a growing sense in NFL circles that Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace will stay — possibly with a promotion — while Matt Nagy will be fired after Sunday’s game.
With a chance to establish a new direction and reinvigorate the masses after dismissing Matt Nagy and Ryan Pace, Chicago Bears Chairman George McCaskey instead told the outside world he’s just a fan running one of the most tradition-rich franchises in sports.
Pace is on the clock. | Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
The Bears are 48-64 under Pace, which is tied for the eighth-worst record in the NFL during that span. | AP
The Chicago Bears reportedly fired head
The Chicago Bears are in the market for both a new top football executive and head coach. Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy were fired after a 6-11 season that followed a sense of urgency in how they used draft resources and salary cap space. The decisions on Monday are the start of a complete overhaul.