Matt Nagy is headed back to the Kansas City Chiefs as a senior assistant and quarterbacks coach
Previous Chicago Bears mentor Matt Nagy is headed back again to Kansas City and reuniting with Andy Reid.
The Chiefs introduced Friday afternoon that they hired Nagy as a senior assistant and quarterbacks mentor under Reid.
Nagy put in four seasons as the Bears head coach, publishing a typical-year record of 34-31 and generating two playoff appearances. He was named the NFL’s Mentor of the Year next the 2018 season soon after going 12-4 and profitable the NFC North.
But Nagy’s inability to aid the Bears develop on that achievement and his struggles in sparking any type of dependable production from his offense ultimately led to his dismissal.
The Bears on Jan. 10 fired Nagy and typical manager Ryan Speed following a 6-11 season.
Pace landed a new career Thursday as a senior staff govt for the Atlanta Falcons.
Nagy followed Friday by agreeing to return to Kansas Metropolis, in which he was an assistant underneath Reid from 2013-17. He will also reunite with Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who invested his rookie period functioning with Nagy, then the team’s offensive coordinator.
Mahomes created only one particular begin that time. Right after Nagy’s departure, Mahomes broke through to promptly become a league MVP in 2018 and a Tremendous Bowl winner in February 2020.
Eric Bieniemy remains the Chiefs offensive coordinator. Nagy replaces Mike Kafka, the Northwestern and St. Rita graduate who was named the New York Giants offensive coordinator underneath new coach Brian Daboll very last thirty day period.