Matt Nagy Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Height, Family, Stats

Matthew Nagy is also known as Matt Nagy was born in Dunellen, New Jersey, on April 24, 1978, an American football coach and former arena football quarterback, and is presently the head coach of the National Football League’s Chicago Bears (NFL).

He attended Mannheim Central High School and the University of Delaware for his studies. 

After interning with the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2008 NFL offseason, Nagy became the offensive coordinator at Palmyra Area High School in Palmyra, Pennsylvania.

Matthew was the head coach of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League from 2018 to 2021. (NFL).

Nagy was a competitive athlete growing up, participating in sports such as football; close friend and football teammate Eric Zeigler joked that he “couldn’t comprehend how someone cared that much, even if it was just a basketball game on his driveway.”

Matt Nagy Profile

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Matt Nagy Profile
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Full nameMatthew Nagy
Common nameMatt Nagy
Date of birthApril 24, 1978
Place of birthDunellen, New Jersey, U.S.
Age43 year old
Zodiac signTaurus
EthnicityNot known
Father nameBill Nagy
Mother nameGail Stouch
Siblings2 (step-siblings, Luke and Jenna)
Sexual orientationStraight
Marital statusMarried
ChildrenJaxon, Braydon, Tate, and Jett Nagy
Current residenceLake Michigan
EducationManheim (PA) Central,
University of Delaware
ProfessionFormer Player and an American Football Coach
SalaryUnder review
Source of incomeAthletic
Net worth1 to 5 million dollar

Matt Nagy Career

Matt Nagy Career
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From 1997 through 2000, he was a quarterback for the University of Delaware, where he set numerous school passing records.

After failing to land an NFL contract, he spent six seasons in the Arena Football League (AFL), where he played for the New York Dragons, Carolina Cobras, Georgia Force, and Columbus Destroyers.

After concluding his playing career, Nagy joined the Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant coach in 2009.

Matt Nagy as a player:

  • New York Dragons (2002–2003)
  • Carolina Cobras (2004)
  • Georgia Force (2005–2006)
  • Columbus Destroyers (2007–2008)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2009)*

Andy Reid coached him for five seasons in various offensive spots.

Before joining the Arena Football League, he was a teacher in the Manheim Central School District.

Nagy worked at home construction company Keystone Custom Homes after Steve Saunders introduced him to Keystone executive Larry Wisdom after his playing career ended.

He left the business with Wisdom’s blessing when he went full-time with the Eagles.

Nagy was hired as the quarterback’s coach at Manheim Central High School in 2001. He was offered the same post the following year at Cedar Crest High School in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, where his wife, Stacey, was the girls’ track coach.

Nagy joined the Kansas City Chiefs as a quarterbacks coach in 2013 and remained there until being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2016. 

In 2018, Nagy became the Bears’ head coach, and in his first season, he led the team to its first NFC North championship and postseason berth since 2010.

Matt Nagy as a coach:

Matt Nagy as a coach
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  • Philadelphia Eagles (2008–2009)
  • Coaching intern
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2010)
  • Coaches’ assistant
  • Philadelphia Eagles (2011–2012)
  • Offensive quality control coach
  • Kansas City Chiefs (2013–2015)
  • Quarterbacks coach
  • Kansas City Chiefs (2016–2017)
  • Offensive coordinator
  • Chicago Bears (2018–2021)
  • Head coach

Matt Nagy Family

As a child, he lived in Piscataway. Matt’s parents, Gail Stouch and Bill Nagy, divorced when he was three years old, and he relocated to Manheim, Pennsylvania, with Stouch. 

After his coaching career, his father was also a businessman for several businesses before becoming a teacher in 2009. He was teaching at schools in the locations where Matt was coaching at the time. 

Nagy has stepsiblings, Luke and Jenna, who played receiver and safety at Manheim Central High School on his father’s side.

Matt Nagy Wife/ Girlfriend

Matt Nagy Wife/ Girlfriend
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In 2002, Nagy married Stacey, his high school love. Since high school days, they had been in love with each other. They are the proud parents of four sons. 

Jaxon, Braydon, Tate, and Jett Nagy are the names of their four sons. Brayden and Tate are Lake Forest High School football players. 

Nagy and his lovely wife live in a six-bedroom freshly built mansion near Lake Bluff, where he is the Chicago Bears, head coach. It’s only a block away from Lake Michigan and costs $2.75 million.

Matt Nagy Net Worth

His net worth is estimated to be between 1 to 5 million dollars approximately.

Matt Nagy Body Measurements

Matt Nagy Body Measurements
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His height is 6 ft 2 in or 1.88 m and weighs around 100 kg or 220 lbs. There is no information available about his physical measurement. He has dark brown eyes and has brown hair.

Height6 ft 2 inch or 1.88 meter
Weight100kg or 220lbs
Body measurementNot available
Eye colorDark brown
Hair color Brown

Matt Nagy Achievements

As a player:

  • First-team All-A-10 (2000)
  • Third-team I-AA All-American (2000)
  • Second-team All-Arena (2005)

As a coach:

  • AP NFL Coach of the Year (2018)
  • PFWA Coach of the Year (2018)

Some Facts about Matt Nagy

Some Facts about Matt Nagy
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  • Players and the media have praised Nagy for his upbeat demeanor and beneficial impact on the team’s morale. 
  • Nagy was separated into two identities by JJ Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago in 2019: “Nagy the leader” and “Nagy the offensive thinker,” with the former being “unquestioned.”
  • Matt Nagy joined the Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant coach in 2009 after concluding his playing career. 
  • Nagy threw for 1,928 yards and 21 touchdowns in 1995 while also rushing for 358 yards and six scores.
  • Matt was the head coach of the junior varsity football team in addition to working with the varsity team. Until 2003, he worked at Cedar Crest.