The head coach did not really feel prefer it was a group transfer.
After Cody Parkey missed a possible game-winning area objective within the Chicago Bears Wild-Card recreation in opposition to the Philadelphia Eagles, the kicker was the topic of loads of ridicule. The web was ruthless when it got here to Parkey’s misfortune and in an look on the Today Show, the kicker defined how he has utterly steered away from social media.
During the Chicago Bears exit press convention on Monday, head coach Matt Nagy spoke about Parkey’s TV look and the way he wasn’t precisely comfortable about it.
“For me, you perceive that we at all times speak about a ‘we’ and never a ‘me’ factor,” Nagy defined in response to ESPN. “We at all times discuss as a group, we win as a group, we lose as a group. You know, I simply, I did not essentially suppose that that was an excessive amount of of a ‘we’ factor.”
At the tip of the season, the Bears coach conducts exit interviews with every participant. Nagy mentioned his interview with Parkey went effectively and was by no means made conscious that he’d find yourself happening National TV.
ESPN additionally reported that Bears General Manager Ryan Pace mentioned “I do know Cody needs he had a greater season. We want he had a greater season, too. We’ve simply received to guage that now. You’ve received to be trustworthy with yourselves in these. I feel as we go ahead, that is after we’ve received to be actual and say, hey, that is an essential place for us. It’s a place of emphasis.”
Pace’s feedback allude to the truth that they are going to be in search of another choices on the kicker place to supply competitors to Parkey.