The Chicago Bears and their eternal search to not be bad at football are ready to hire a new coach.

NFL Network Insider, Ian Rapaport says Kansas City Chiefs, offensive coordinator, Matt Nagy is expected to be named the new coach.

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Per NFL Network, "Nagy has spent the last five season in Kansas City, first as quarterbacks coach before ascending to offensive coordinator in 2016."

Apparently, Nagy is a big fan of rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

Now that Nagy is expected to be named new Bears coach, we'll get to see how much Nagy loves Trubisky.

You can assume Trubisky gets three years to develop, along with Bears GM Ryan Pace and his new three-year contract extension.

Based on that, you can only guess Matt Nagy gets the same amount of time as Pace and Trubisky to win games.

From here on out, and no matter what happens, Nagy, Pace, and Trubisky will forever be linked together.

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