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Sooo, everyone wants them gone or maybe one of the two. Fine, cool. Just who replaces them? Who the hell would want to walk into train wreck that Pace has put together? His rebuild after all this time has improved the Bears from horrible to mediocre. Great job!!!
i agree but Pace's failures is also on NAGY, the Undevelopable coach. bye teddy, pace promoted, Hire GM, Fire Nagy.
 

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Didn’t scroll around to see if it was mentioned in depth, but saw that article from A-Rob post game saying he (and said the team I believe) didn’t know if Nagy or OC were calling plays. Disgusting (even if it isn’t true I still loathe Nagy and Pace at this point). They all need to go.
hope that, arob probably wants Nagy gone if he decides to stay.. 🤷‍♂️
 

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BTW, just mentioning, local Philly media is blasting both owner (Jeff Laurie) and GM (Howie Roseman) saying Pederson was the fall guy. They seem to love Doug and hate Howie. The owner's press conference after letting Doug go did nothing to satisfy the savages who want GM blood...

Laurie doesn't seem like he knows football at all, and with Howie's recent draft misses, I think Philly might be heading into more trouble before they win again. But I am not on the inside like you, just outside view here.
 

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2 yrs for nagy, 1 yr for pace,
when nagy got his deal the average HC salary was around 6-8 mill, so anywhere around 12 -16 for nagy and not sure about pace but i'd assume a few mill for pace and then 4-6 for teddy. If teddy retires i guess that number would be closer to 17 mill...nonetheless there is a reason why the mccaskey's usually wait till HC/GM's have 1 yr left unless there are crazy circumstances like trestman.
 

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20 million?

2 yrs for nagy, 1 yr for pace,
when nagy got his deal the average HC salary was around 6-8 mill, so anywhere around 12 -16 for nagy and not sure about pace but i'd assume a few mill for pace and then 4-6 for teddy. If teddy retires i guess that number would be closer to 17 mill...nonetheless there is a reason why the mccaskey's usually wait till HC/GM's have 1 yr left unless there are crazy circumstances like trestman.
 

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Sooo, everyone wants them gone or maybe one of the two. Fine, cool. Just who replaces them? Who the hell would want to walk into train wreck that Pace has put together? His rebuild after all this time has improved the Bears from horrible to mediocre. Great job!!!

LOL! Why the fuck do people say this??? It isn't gonna take long to get either position filled. There are plenty of people who would take it.
 

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2 yrs for nagy, 1 yr for pace,
when nagy got his deal the average HC salary was around 6-8 mill, so anywhere around 12 -16 for nagy and not sure about pace but i'd assume a few mill for pace and then 4-6 for teddy. If teddy retires i guess that number would be closer to 17 mill...nonetheless there is a reason why the mccaskey's usually wait till HC/GM's have 1 yr left unless there are crazy circumstances like trestman.
Nagy would be owed exactly 8 million ( 5 years contract for 20 million) for the 2 years remaining. Pace at the very max is 3million. Phillips is retiring so that is wiped of the books.

11 million is all
 

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LOL! Why the fuck do people say this??? It isn't gonna take long to get either position filled. There are plenty of people who would take it.


Two decent coaches and zero good GM's in the last 30+ years tell a different story. There have been "plenty of people".....the vast majority have been the wrong people.

That's why people say this......
 

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Is this confirmed? This would be like finding a peanut in the turd, I'll take it.
I’m going go ahead and book it. I have only this.....According to David Kaplan of ESPN1000 and NBC Sports Chicago, longtime Bears' President Ted Phillips will likely retire after this season. Phillips has been with the team since 1983 and became the Vice President of Operations in 1993 before being promoted to President in 1999....
 

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Nagy would be owed exactly 8 million ( 5 years contract for 20 million) for the 2 years remaining. Pace at the very max is 3million. Phillips is retiring so that is wiped of the books.

11 million is all

not that it matters since everyone has now said they are all coming back but did they release nagy's salary info?
 

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One 1st round pick (Tommie Harris) that wasn't a bust in 10 years. One of the few reasons he got a pass on dealing two of them for Cutler. He would've blown both of them anyway.
Let me rephrase, the first half of his tenure with the Bears he put together a hell of a roster. 2002-2006 were money. (minus Haynes wtf) especially his 2-5 rounds. I mean.. 2006 SuperBowl.. hello?

Bad deal with Columbo and Tommie injuries. Grossman hard to tell if he had not had that knee injury, he was never the same after that.
 

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Let me rephrase, the first half of his tenure with the Bears he put together a hell of a roster. 2002-2006 were money. (minus Haynes wtf) especially his 2-5 rounds. I mean.. 2006 SuperBowl.. hello?

Bad deal with Columbo and Tommie injuries. Grossman hard to tell if he had not had that knee injury, he was never the same after that.
His worst draft was the 2005 draft.

While needing a quarterback badly, he drafted Cedric Benson with the 4th pick, the highest player drafted by the Bears since Dan Hampton, when you had a decent running group of running backs. Benson held out for 36 days. They passed on Aaron Rodger......AARON RODGERS!
 

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Let me rephrase, the first half of his tenure with the Bears he put together a hell of a roster. 2002-2006 were money. (minus Haynes wtf) especially his 2-5 rounds. I mean.. 2006 SuperBowl.. hello?

Bad deal with Columbo and Tommie injuries. Grossman hard to tell if he had not had that knee injury, he was never the same after that.

His 10 year story was blown first rounders although I agree he did much better in the middle rounds( sound familar?) Although Pace has ways to go to equal Angelo's first round ineptness. They simply don't hire the right people for the job. I really don't remember who some of the people they passed on over the years to hire the GMs they did....I wish I did. It would be interesting.
 

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His worst draft was the 2005 draft.

While needing a quarterback badly, he drafted Cedric Benson with the 4th pick, the highest player drafted by the Bears since Dan Hampton, when you had a decent running group of running backs. Benson held out for 36 days. They passed on Aaron Rodger......AARON RODGERS!

A lot of teams passed him....but not teams that needed a QB....not teams that have NEVER had a franchise QB!!!
 

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