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    Ex-Bears head coach Matt Nagy returns to Chiefs as senior assistant, QBs coach

    Feb. 25 (UPI) — Former Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy has returned to the Kansas City Chiefs as a senior assistant and quarterbacks coach.

    The Chiefs announced the hiring of Nagy on Friday. He was fired last month after four seasons as coach of the Bears.

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    Nagy was with the Chiefs for parts of five seasons from 2013-17 before becoming head coach in Chicago. He served as offensive coordinator during his final season in Kansas City, when Alex Smith was the starter and Patrick Mahomes was a rookie backup.

    The 43-year-old Nagy was co-offensive coordinator in 2016 and quarterbacks coach over his first three seasons with the Chiefs.

    Nagy compiled a 34-31 record in the regular season for the Bears, including a 6-11 mark this past season. He was the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 2018 for guiding Chicago to a 12-4 record and the NFC North crown.

    He also led the Bears to the playoffs twice, but he failed to win a game in each of those appearances.

    Nagy replaces Mike Kafka, who left the Chiefs to become the next offensive coordinator of the New York Giants.

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