Matthew Nagy born on April 24, 1978, in New Jersey is the head coach of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. He is an American football coach and former arena football quarterback.
He was a quarterback for the University of Delaware from 1997 to 2000, where he set a number of school passing records.
He was a quarterback for the University of Delaware from 1997 to 2000, where he set a number of school passing records. He played six seasons in the Arena Football League (AFL) for the New York Dragons, Carolina Cobras, Georgia Force, and Columbus Destroyers after failing to land an NFL contract.
Nagy became an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009 after finishing his playing career. He spent five seasons in various offensive positions under head coach Andy Reid.
Nagy accompanied Reid to the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 as a quarterbacks coach, a position he held until he was promoted to offensive coordinator in 2016. Nagy was named the Bears’ head coach in 2018, and he has been in charge of the squad since then.
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Nagy has four sons with his wife, Stacey. Brayden, is the “caretaker” who is responsible and caring, as well as a blossoming golfer, according to Nagy.
Tate is an introvert who is competitive. Outsiders might assume he’s quiet, but he uses quietness to examine his environment, according to Nagy.
Jaxon and Jett, twins who turned out to be different, are fraternal twins. “He’s the one who’s going to keep myself and my wife on our toes,” Nagy said of Jaxon, who has “zero filter.” Jett is the goofball who is most likely to appear on “American Idol” or “The Voice,” according to his father.
It’s impossible to be “Super Dad” as an NFL head coach. Stacey, whom Nagy met in high school 25 years ago, does most of the heavy work, particularly during the season. Nagy, on the other hand, has made certain that his four sons are never far away. During training camp, they are ballboys who run pass routes.