To say Matt Nagy hasn’t begun to win over his peers by simply being an antithesis of John Fox would be an understatement. The 39-year-old first time head coach has made an off-season out of proving to be transparent, innovative, and lively: the exact opposite of his predecessor.
Nowhere was that more evident than this past week’s NFL owner’s meetings where Nagy did not relent from sharing his elaborate design for what he’ll push the Bears to become. A refreshing ideal that Chicago is not quite used to. A mindset that has general manager Ryan Pace beaming with yet another verbal crutch about “excitement.”
To help make sense of these new look Bears laying their heart out on a platter, Pro Football Weekly’s Arthur Arkush joined me on the latest WCG Radio. From confidence in Kevin White, the use of Trey Burton, to all important fashion aesthetics: we broke down everything that needed to be understood from Orlando.
On this episode of WCG Radio
Arthur Arkush of Pro Football Weekly joins the program to break down what we learned from the Bears at the 2018 owner’s meetings. And, to dive in on some necessary fashion takes.
- Burton’s comparison to Travis Kelce as a “U” tight end. How will he fit in Chicago’s offense?
- How will Adam Shaheen’s future develop now?
- The different receiver descriptions for Nagy and how versatility will define this offense
- Projection: the mantra of the Pace-Nagy Bears
- White’s outlook for 2018 with a hearty endorsement
- Jordan (Rumble Pak) Howard’s Bears’ prospectus
- The Bears offensive line might be in flux. Gauging concerns
- (No hyperbole): Is it fair to say that Mitchell Trubisky’s success is mainly on him now?
- Breaking down five possibilities for the Bears at No. 8 and making a pick
- Our best #fashion thoughts on the Bears’ orange jersey return
Robert Zeglinski is the Bears beat writer for The Rock River Times, an editor for Windy City Gridiron and Inside The Pylon, and is a contributor to Pro Football Weekly and The Athletic Chicago. You can follow him on Twitter @RobertZeglinski.