NFL Head Coach: Chicago Bears
Career Highlights: Matt Nagy is an NFL head coach for the Chicago Bears. Prior to his coaching career, Nagy was a stellar collegiate quarterback for the University of Delaware. During his time there, Nagy set University records with 8,214 passing yards, 58 touchdown passes, and a 146.74 quarterback rating, throughout his college career. Upon his graduation, Nagy played six seasons in the Arena Football League, playing for the New York Dragons, Carolina Cobras, Georgia Force, and Columbus Destroyers. In 2009, Nagy began his coaching career as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia Eagles under Andy Reid. He spent five seasons with Philadelphia, and then followed Andy Reid to join the Kansas City Chiefs coaching staff in 2013. Nagy started as the quarterbacks coach, but was eventually promoted to become the Offensive Coordinator. After the 2017 season, Nagy was hired as the Chicago Bears head coach. He led the Bears to their first NFC North championship and playoff appearance since 2010. Nagy was named the AP NFL Coach of the Year for the 2018 season, as well as the Pro Football Writers Association Coach of the Year.