Many of you know Kay Adams as one of the hosts of NFL Network’s Good Morning Football. She’s been part of the show since 2016 and earlier today was a guest on the Pat McAfee Show on YouTube. Adams was born in Chicago and said on Pat’s show that she’ll always have a soft spot for the Chicago Bears.
When asked about the future of the Bears, Kay responded with optimism. She expressed how the organization needs to “grow up and get it together” and that maybe one day when the organization has football figured out she’ll return to the rocky relationship that is being a Chicago Bears fan.
Firing Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy Were the Right Decisions
Kay Adams proceeded to describe how the Bears made the right call in parting ways with GM Ryan Pace and head coach Matt Nagy. She said the only thing that is a little worrisome is the fact that they drafted Justin Fields and now have to start over with management. That is potentially problematic as the new GM/head coach regime was not involved in the drafting of Fields. But hopefully they will make it work.
The Chicago Bears Never Even Invited Kay Adams to a Game?
It’s blasphemy I tell you! How could the Bears knowingly avoid Kay Adams? She’s from Chicago and graduated from Whitney M. Young high school, one of the more well-known high schools in the Chicagoland area.
When someone who’s not only from your city but grew up a fan of your team reaches a prominent position in sports media, the best path to success is to embrace them. It’s completely unacceptable for the McCaskey family to operate this way.
This is just another item to add to the McCaskeys’ ridiculous list of inadequacies. George McCaskey clearly doesn’t know the Bears’ fanbase, as shown by his remarks on Olin Kreutz. Ted Phillips, who’s supposed to be a business guru and master of marketing, never once thought to invite Kay Adams to one of the Bears’ most recent playoff appearances?
Instead, she joined Dan Hoard, the radio voice of the Cincinnati Bengals, all season long and previewed their postseason game with the Raiders.
It sure seems like the Bears missed out on a great opportunity to bring one of the biggest names in the NFL media to her hometown. Now, the Bears have lost her to the Bengals and frankly, they haven’t given her or any of us a reason to come back.
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