Ex-HC Fisher: I wouldn't want to be a kicker on Nagy's Bears
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Tarik Cohen recently told reporters that head coach Matt Nagy plays the final seconds of the Chicago Bears' wild-card loss during meetings, and Jeff Fisher has some thoughts on the motivational tactic.

The former Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Rams coach believes it's up to Nagy to decide how to spark his squad, but replaying Cody Parkey's missed field goal against the Philadelphia Eagles increases the pressure on the kickers currently on Chicago's roster.

"You know, none of us are in his locker room. We don't know the chemistry of his team," Fisher said on "NFL Total Access" on Friday. "It's his team and it's his choice. ... I don't think I'd want to be a place kicker on his team right now. That's a hard job right there, because you're gonna watch (the missed kick) every day. ...

"This is Coach Nagy's - it's his prerogative to do what he wants," he continued. "At some point, he's gonna let it go. Some point they need to go ahead and win a football game, you know, it's months away from now."

Though Parkey is no longer with the Bears, Nagy has ramped up the pressure on his team's kicker competition this offseason by routinely making the group attempt field goals from roughly the distance of the now-infamous miss.

Following a number of transactions during the spring, Eddy Pineiro and Elliott Fry are the only two kickers on the Bears' roster as the team heads into July training camp.

Ex-HC Fisher: I wouldn't want to be a kicker on Nagy's Bears
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