Chicago Bears: Matt Nagy will miss Sunday's game against 49ers


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Nagy will miss Sunday's game (Kim Klement - USA Today Sports)
Nagy will miss Sunday's game (Kim Klement - USA Today Sports)

This should be interesting.

The Chicago Bears announced on Saturday that head coach Matt Nagy will not coach Sunday's home against the San Francisco 49ers.

Nagy will remain quarantined after testing positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning.

Special teams coach Chris Tabor is next man up and will be the head coach in Nagy's absence.

"If that comes to fruition, I'll be honest with you, I run a team meeting every day, and I know in the special teams world, it is a team meeting," Tabor told the media Thursday. "I deal with every player on this football team, from the quarterbacks to the defensive linemen to the offensive linemen. I meet with them every [day]. To me, that's no different. Meeting and leading guys, that's not a big deal."

The Bears will face off against the 49ers on Sunday at noon on FOX.

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