Cody Parkey may have missed last kick for Bears

Cody Parkey

Cody Parkey

Monday, both coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace left open the possibility the Bears could sign the troubled former Chiefs running back, who was released by the Chiefs on November 30 after video showed him pushing and kicking a woman in a Cleveland hotel a year ago.

Cody Parkey may have more time for morning talk-show interviews next football season.

TMZ released a video that showed Hunt shoving and kicking a woman in February of previous year, and the Chiefs released him at the end of November after he didn't tell them the whole truth about the incident.

"The only thing I cared about when I talked to him was literally his personal life, how he's doing". Is it, what's your situation? With (Hunt), that's not for me to decide. I will say this, me personally, depending on certain peoples' situations, I'm a guy that has always been, now I was raised that way to give guys second chances, not third chances, now I've learned that from coach Reid, he's done that several times with some people, but I will say that every situation is different. I wanted to see - making sure that he's OK but understanding, too, the situation that happened is unfortunate for everybody. Each one is different. All the circumstances are always different. We're not even there yet. "I know Cody wishes he had a better season". Matt knows more about him as a person. "We're not even there yet".

But when asked about Parkey's later appearance on "The Today Show" to talk about that final miss, Nagy might not have been able to help himself.

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At the end of the season, the Bears coach conducts exit interviews with each player.

Pace and Nagy were not asked specifically about Gould, the Bears' all-time leading scorer who was cut by the team back in 2016, a decision that Pace appeared resolute about at the time.

Previously during the session, Pace took a more diplomatic tone when asked about his kicking situation, saying the position would be "an emphasis for us" and "an area of focus".

"We want more production out of that position and we're going to get that".

"Those are things that need to play out as we go into it", he said. Vic ended up getting a great opportunity. We've just got to evaluate that now. That's exactly what we did. "And we talk as a team - we win as a team, we lose as a team. We understand that we need to get better".

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