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

The Green Bay Packers parted ways with associate head coach Winston Moss on Tuesday hours after the linebackers coach posted a tweet weighing in on the team's head coaching search. So it wasn't an easy decision, but I just didn't feel like the fit right now was where it needs to be. "But again, I'm not anxious about that right now", said McDaniels.

The Packers released a brief statement confirming Moss' dismissal on Tuesday night.

It's clear that the Packers would like to move on from the McCarthy era, and Moss' tweet only served to accelerate his exit from the team.

With every team seeking an offensive mind to rival the Sean McVays and Matt Nagys of the modern National Football League, anyone with extensive offensive success will see his name mentioned as a candidate.

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"It's never about one thing", Philbin said.

The Green Bay Packers have followed up the dismissal of head coach Mike McCarthy with the firing of one of his long-time assistants. McCarthy named him an assistant head coach in 2007 after working with Moss for five season. And another advantage, quite honestly, of making the change now rather than after the season is this gives us an opportunity to see Joe as our head coach for four games, see how the team responds and see how the coaches and others respond.

Despite the New England Patriots offensive coordinator burning some bridges after backing out on a deal to join the Indianapolis Colts previous year, it hasn't even taken one hiring cycle for McDaniels' name to resurface as a candidate.

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