NFL Head Coach: Chicago Bears
Career Highlights: Matt Nagy, who enters his fourth season as Head Coach of the Chicago Bears, has compiled a 28-20 record in his first three seasons, with one division championship and two playoff appearances. In his first season in 2018, both the Pro Football Writers Association and Associated Press named Nagy Coach of the Year, after he led the Bears to a 12-4 record and Chicago’s first NFC North Championship and playoff appearance since 2010. Prior to joining the Bears, Nagy had 10 years of NFL coaching experience, all under Head Coach Andy Reid with Philadelphia and Kansas City. A former Arena Football League quarterback, Nagy played six seasons for the New York Dragons, Carolina Cobras, Georgia Force, and Columbus Destroyers. During his career, Nagy completed 65.5 percent of his passes for 18,866 yards, 374 touchdowns and a 115.1 quarterback rating. Nagy played collegiately at Delaware, setting more than 20 career passing records at the time, including career marks for passing yards and touchdowns. Nagy earned All-America honors as a senior for the Blue Hens after setting single-season records in attempts, yards and touchdowns.