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Matt Nagy is going to mold his offense around his new quarterbacks

Matt Nagy joined the Mully & Haugh show on 670 The Score this morning and we have that right here.

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On Monday morning Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy was a guest on the Mully & Haugh show on 670 The Score and he dished on several topics.

With rookie minicamp wrapping up yesterday, and with phase 2 of the Bears’ offseason workout program kicking off today, it was a good time for Nagy to give some updates on what has been transpiring with his team.

Nagy spent time talking about his quarterback room — veterans Andy Dalton and Nick Foles and rookie Justin Fields — and making sure the offense they run in 2021 will be a nice fit for their individual strengths.

“For all three of these guys, these Quarterbacks, we’re going to adapt to what they do best,” Nagy said on The Score. “It’s the same thing with Andy, right? Andy’s been in a lot of different offenses. And so, what are things that he does well? If there’s a concept or play that these guys don’t like or don’t’ feel that we run in this offense…then we’re gonna bag it, we’re gonna get rid of it.”

Dalton is the starter for now, but he’s new to the Bears just like Fields is, and both of those guys have different skill sets, so Nagy and his offensive staff will need to cater to each of them.

Nagy also discussed his first round QB more in detail, he went over their QB plan, he had thoughts on wide out Anthony Miller and their receiver depth, him taking over play calling again this season, and so much more.

You can check out Nagy’s full interview on The Score right here.