Entering the offseason, the idea was that Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy were in a “win-or-else” mode in regards to keeping their current positions with the team.
Initially, it appeared that Pace and Nagy were operating with that ultimatum. The Bears were leaving no stone unturned in their search to resolve the quarterback position. They swung big for a trade of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. An acquisition of Wilson likely would have cooled the seats of both Pace and Nagy.