Packers must be wary of Josh McDaniels as head coach candidate

Packers must be wary of Josh McDaniels as head coach candidate

Packers must be wary of Josh McDaniels as head coach candidate

"But again, I'm not anxious about that right now".

Per Rob Demovsky of ESPN, Moss' firing was interim head coach Joe Philbin's decision, which isn't surprising.

A longtime right-hand man to former Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy - who was sacked unceremoniously on Sunday following an embarrassing loss to the Arizona Cardinals - Moss has been in Green Bay since the 2006 season.

The team announced Tuesday that it was letting go of associate head coach/linebackers Winston Moss. He said his goal was to make sure everyone was on the same page, while preaching the need for everyone in the Packers locker room to be "professional, accountable, respectful and punctual" over the final four games. Some have speculated there was tension between Rodgers and McCarthy - who was with the team for 12-plus seasons - but the star quarterback said that was not the case.

"Again, I'm not going to really comment on the tweet", Philbin said.

"We thank Winston for his contributions to the Packers over the past 13 years", Philbin said.

McDaniels is certainly worthy of consideration for the head coaching vacancy; he's an offensive football wizard, and his resume in New England working under Belichick speaks wonders. Respect him; outstanding family man. In a joint press conference Monday, Murphy and Gutekunst called Philbin a "legitimate candidate" to replace McCarthy on a full-time basis. I hate it. I hated to see how it happened and he was the last one in our - when I say our class, the year we were hired in 2006. "But our focus now is on finishing the season strong and then hiring the very best coach that we can for the team".

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