Nagy, 39, spent the past 10 seasons working under
"Up-and-coming, smart guy," Chiefs assistant head coach
Nagy replaces John Fox, who was fired after he went 14-34 in three seasons for a .292 winning percentage that is the second-lowest in team history. Chicago was 5-11 this season and hasn't finished above .500 since letting
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Newton and the Panthers insist it wasn't his head that was hurt, it was his eye. This is the second time the team's handling of Newton has been investigated. The previous time, in 2016, the team was cleared.
"People needed to know what happened," Ngakoue said. "He knows what he said. I don't got to repeat it."