Matt Nagy defends Mitch Trubisky over ‘tongue in cheek’ TVs talk – Yardbarker

Mitchell Trubisky, suffering through an already-nightmarish season, created even more bad press for himself this week with some comments about wanting TVs turned off at Chicago Bears headquarters to block out criticism of the team. Bears head coach Matt Nagy, who similarly finds himself under fire amid a disastrous 3-5 season, has defended his quarterback’s comments by insinuating Trubisky was partly joking with his anti-TV chatter. “Just me knowing him and knowing how he is, I’m assuming there’s a little tongue in cheek there with how he said it,” Nagy said, via the Chicago Sun-Times . Trubisky ignited a firestorm by saying Wednesday that he was “trying to get some of these TVs in the building turned off.” The comments alluded to Trubisky’s perceived unhappiness that televisions in Halas Hall were airing shows on which the Bears were routinely getting bashed. The comments were interpreted by many as a sign that Trubisky was wilting under the pressure as the Bears, coming off an NFC North title last year, ar

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