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Matt Nagy still in COVID-19 protocol, won’t coach Chicago Bears on Sunday

Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy continues to be in the NFL’s COVID-19 protocol and will not coach in Sunday’s match from the San Francisco 49ers, the staff declared.

Bears unique-teams coordinator Chris Tabor will serve as head coach for the match.

“We will be totally ready, and that is all over again where it type of goes into the belief and belief in your coaches and players.” Nagy explained Friday.

Nagy declared he examined favourable for COVID-19 on Monday soon after the Bears returned property from Sunday’s 38-three decline to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Nagy explained there had been no other favourable assessments Monday and that he felt Okay irrespective of the analysis.

Tabor ran the staff meetings in Nagy’s absence through the week.

“I am going to be straightforward with you, the week hasn’t been any distinct for me from the standpoint of I discuss to Mentor [Nagy] all the time every working day,” Tabor explained Thursday. “He is in all the meetings. I just do not see him bodily.

“With regards to how we are prepping for unique teams, I’ve stayed in my similar routine, similar system. If a thing else arrives throughout my desk that I need to have to execute for Mentor, then I will do that. That is to me, to be straightforward with you, that is a very easy detail to do. Just making an attempt to remain legitimate. I usually say, ‘We’re not gonna gain the match right now, but you positive can reduce it,’ and we want to make positive we have a fantastic working day of apply to established us up for Sunday.”

All NFL coaches should be vaccinated, and Nagy involves two destructive assessments 24 several hours apart right before he is permitted to return.

Info from ESPN’s Jeff Dickerson was utilized in this report.