Packers Fire Coach For Ripping Aaron Rodgers and Team in Tweet

Packers Fire Coach For Ripping Aaron Rodgers and Team in Tweet

Packers Fire Coach For Ripping Aaron Rodgers and Team in Tweet

"Again, I think it's important, as I said to the team, we've got to be professional, accountable, respectful and punctual".

The Green Bay Packers chose to part ways with top assistant coach Winston Moss on Tuesday, hours after Moss sent out a tweet many perceived to be critical of quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the team's coaching staff. The 52-year-old coach had sent out a tweet earlier in the day on Tuesday that was perceived to be critical of both McCarthy and the franchise's star quarterback, Aaron Rodgers.

Moss was an original member of Mike McCarthy's team. The Packers turned to Philbin, the offensive coordinator and former Dolphins head coach, to take over for McCarthy for the last four games of the season.

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"We thank Winston for his contributions to the Packers over the past 13 years", Philbin said. "As you know, Winston's an excellent football coach". Per Kahler, Rodgers has long had the autonomy to change plays on the field as he saw fit. Respect him; outstanding family man. "After Moss shared the news of his firing, he hashtagged "#ThanksTwitter". And we would finish every time that we talked - whether it's Monday afternoon up in his office, or the Thursdays we used to spend in the team room, or Friday upstairs, or Saturday in the QB room - and we'd hug each other and tell each other we love each other.

"I've seen it across the league, although each year stands on its own". So we're looking forward to that. We're disappointed in where we are now.

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