Lancaster County native Matt Nagy introduced as head coach of Chicago Bears

Doug Mendoza
January 11, 2018

And they will again promote from within to fill the spot. Chiefs coach Andy Reid announced the promotion in a statement. The Vikings gave him a five-year run in this role under Brad Childress from 2006-2010, and Childress coming to Kansas City played a role in Bieniemy following suit in 2013. He was previously the offensive coordinator at the University of Colorado for a couple seasons, but after five full years on Reid's staff and serving alongside names like Nagy, Childress, Doug Pederson and more, Bieniemy should be ready at this point.

Bieniemy has spent five seasons with the Chiefs, joining the franchise when Reid was hired as the head coach.

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2018 will mark Bieniemy's 11th season as an National Football League coach and sixth with the Chiefs, where Bieniemy made his National Football League return after spending two seasons as the offensive coordinator at Colorado during then-head coach Jon Embree's brief tenure.

"We all are aware of that situation and that's a very important hire for me, but there's a lot of things that go into that decision", the offensive-minded Nagy said, via the Chicago Tribune, about filling his defensive coordinator position. That meant two senior voices on the offensive side of the coaching staff were lost within the same day. And he could well be the person in charge of Patrick Mahomes' first offense as a starter.

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