LAKE FOREST, Ill. (670 The Score) -- Bears coach Matt Nagy on Tuesday denied a report that he has been informed that he’ll be fired after leading his team against the Lions on Thanksgiving Day on Thursday.
“That is not accurate,” Nagy said at Halas Hall.
Nagy added that he hasn’t met or talked with ownership this week as the Bears have a quick turnaround before facing the Lions. On Tuesday morning, Patch reported that he’ll coach his last game for the Bears on Thursday and then be fired.
Chicago has dropped to 3-7 and is riding a five-game losing streak for the second straight season under Nagy’s watch. Nagy sidestepped a question when asked if he has assurances that he’ll coach the remainder of the season.
"My focus right now is on these players and Detroit," Nagy said. "That's it."