After two long days of silence at Halas Hall, it looks like the Bears have made their coaching decisions.
According to The Athletic's Adam Jahns, both GM Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy are expected to return to the team next season:
And for what it's worth, the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs heard something similar:
2021 will be the 7th year of Ryan Pace's tenure in Chicago. Up to this point, Pace has gone 42-54 with one NFC North title (2018) and two playoff appearances (0-2). It'll be Nagy's fourth year as head coach (28-20). Many had expected the Bears to part ways with one – or both – of the two following a second-straight 8-8 season.
The Bears have yet to officially announce any moves.