The fluff and circumstance of flashy introductions are over at Halas Hall. With the official impression-making unveiling of Matt Nagy as the Bears' head coach on Tuesday, it's now time for the 39-year-old to get to work in turning Chicago back into a contender.
There's a lot to get to in a lengthy laundry list for the Andy Reid disciple in Nagy. From putting together a coaching staff, to unlocking Mitchell Trubisky's potential. But first: what kind of leader and coach can the Bears expect? What are some concerns about the youthful sideline roamer?
To help answer these questions, former official Chiefs reporter and current Chiefs writer, Pete Sweeney of Arrowhead Pride hopped on the awaited return of WCG Radio to break down Chicago's Nagy addition in full. (Pre-press conference)
You can catch the podcast below (BlogTalk Radio)
On this episode of WCG Radio
Pete Sweeney - a current Arrowhead Pride writer and former official Chiefs reporter - broke down the Nagy head coaching addition for the Bears with an excellent burst primer (pre-press conference) on everything to expect from the young offensive mind.
- At a glance, what are the Bears getting in Nagy as not only a personality, but leader of a football team?
- The amount of stock put into Reid mentor endorsements
- Nagy’s greatest strengths as a coach
- How much help can Nagy and the Bears expect from Reid in putting together a staff?
- Post Chiefs-Titans loss: what happened to Nagy and the Kansas City offense. Is this that big a blemish?
- Concerns about Nagy in his show as a head coach
- Specific anecdotes and stories from Pete’s close time covering the team
- Gauging how some of the Bears’ young offensive pieces match up to the Chiefs
Robert Zeglinski is the Bears beat writer for The Rock River Times, an editor for Windy City Gridiron, and contributor to the Athletic Chicago. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.