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In a recent article published on VentureBeat, Matt Nagy discusses the future of content marketing. Laporte’s CEO refers to social media as the future of content marketing.

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There’s a reason NFL teams have had interest in the 42-year-old Campbell. He helped turn Toledo into a national brand before taking over as Iowa State’s head coach back in 2016. Since then, he’s posted a 42-33 record for a program that fell on hard times prior to his arrival. That included a Fiesta Bowl win following the 2020 season. If the Bears are indeed sold on an offensive-minded head coach to replace Matt Nagy, Campbell makes sense.

The former Detroit Lions coach is expected to interview for the head-coaching vacancy with the Chicago Bears. ESPN reports “a source close to” Caldwell said the veteran coach is expected to interview for the job in Chicago. Pro Football Talk reports they have confirmed those rumors and that the former Lions and Colts coach is a candidate in Chicago. The Bears have interviewed or requested one with Bucs defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Bills offensive coordinator Brain Daboll, Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, ex-Dolphins coach Brian Flores, Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, former Eagles coach Doug Pederson and Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. In other news from the coaching carousel, the Vikings requested permission to interview Cowboys offensive coordinator and former Lions quarterback Kellen Moore for their vacancy. (Source: www.clickondetroit.com)

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There’s a reason NFL teams have had interest in the 42-year-old Campbell. He helped turn Toledo into a national brand before taking over as Iowa State’s head coach back in 2016. Since then, he’s posted a 42-33 record for a program that fell on hard times prior to his arrival. That included a Fiesta Bowl win following the 2020 season. If the Bears are indeed sold on an offensive-minded head coach to replace Matt Nagy, Campbell makes sense.

The Chicago Bears announced Monday that general manager Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy will be relieved of their duties. The Vikings also fired their head coach and GM on Monday. Nagy spent four seasons in Chicago compiling a record of 34-31 with playoff appearances in 2018 and 2020. A former quarterbacks coach (2013-15) and offensive coordinator (2016-17), with the Chiefs, Nagy was hired to spark Chicago’s scuffling offense. Pace replaced Phil Emery in 2015 and compiled records of 48-65 in the regular season and 0-2 in the playoffs in seven years as Bears general manager. (Source: www.clickondetroit.com)

 

 

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