In this offseason, the Chicago Bears will look for a new defensive coordinator in the market for the second time in three years.
According to Ian Rapoport and Chuck Pagano, the Bears’ defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano has decided to retire.
Pagano has served as Chicago’s defensive coordinator for the past two seasons, and his defense ranks among the top ten in the league. But considering that this was the highest defense in the NFL under the leadership of Vic Fangio in 2018, Pagano’s department did not meet expectations.
The fate of Nagy, general manager Ryan Pace and president Ted Phillips is still uncertain. Whether Matt Nagy will decide whether to replace Pagano.
Although according to Adam Jahns of The Athletic, it sounds like it is hoped that Pace and Najib will remain in office in 2021
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