Ryan Day coaching the Bears next season⁉️ 👀 | KJM discusses the possibility

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Ryan Day coaching the Bears next season⁉️ 👀 | KJM discusses the possibility

Harry Douglas and Chris Carlin discuss who the Chicago Bears should look to hire if they part ways with head coach Matt Nagy after the season.


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