Unless there was something pressing I missed, there hasn’t been any relevant news regarding the Bears has there? Nope, nothing of real consequence has happened at Halas Hall in the past week to my knowledge.
Oh, right there was that whole hire of Matt Nagy as head coach. This 39-year-old energetic innovator that change the Bears’ franchise. On second thought, that sounds like a substantial development for a team that stands on the precipice of championship contention with more tinkering. To actually go out of your way to take a risk and establish a true foundation for the man that will lead your organization.
Okay, okay, I was wrong. Nagy’s hire indeed means a lot.
Though, before the Bears play any games of real consequence, it first means we have to unpack what the hire means in conversational form. Perhaps, a mailbag touching on Nagy’s offensive concepts, his staff hires, something in that form?
You know where this is going: this is your latest WCG Bears’ mailbag call. What’s pressing on your mind about Nagy’s additions? Maybe you’re already thinking about April’s draft and prospects? This is but the beginning of what will likely be the most transformative Bears’ off-season in years.
As always, reply below in the comments with any queries you have concerning your fair Bears and or tweet me @RobertZeglinski using #AskWCG.
Please folks, mailbag responsibly with Nagy. It’s okay to be cautiously optimistic.
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.