Chicago Bears fire head trainer Nate Breske

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The Chicago Bears, a team doomed by injury let go of their trainer Nate Breske. Was it warranted?

While we all thought that the coaching carousel was likely over for the Chicago Bears, a new name was was added to the list of coaches that will not be brought back with the transition of coaching staff. The team announced that they have relieved their head trainer, Nate Breske.

This news came a week after the team moved on from their strength and conditioning coach, Jason George. Breske had been with the Bears since 2015.

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Over the past two seasons, the Bears have placed 37 players on the season ending injured reserve list. That is an overwhelming amount to overcome. Some are due to freak injuries, and due to the nature of football. However, at some point, you have to look into the teams daily routine, because it clearly is not working right now.

It is good of Matt Nagy to give those positions time, and analyze what he think the issue may have been. After letting go of both, he is now more informed into what he believes went wrong, and how he will be able to fix it.

This is a small piece of news, but given the injury issues to the Chicago Bears, it feels as if it is one worth putting stock into. If the team can get the better staff, and it can fix the injury bug that has been going on in Chicago, it would be a supreme advantage. We will see what Nagy does to fill the spots.