Things are wrapping up in Green Bay for the 2013 football season with head coach Mike McCarthy to have his season-ending press conference on Wednesday morning and the coordinators to speak with the media, according to Wes Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette on Twitter.
McCarthy will be asked to look at the season in review, a season that started with high expectations but ended in a mediocre 8-8-1 record and a loss in the wildcard round of the playoffs.
There were many reasons for coming up short of expectations, not the least of which was a litany of injuries once again in Green Bay.
And more than likely, McCarthy will be asked what changes are to be made based upon the 2013 season: Any changes to be made in the coaching staff? How will the team be different when some players leave in free agency and others will be re-signed?
In any case, it will be the last opportunity to ask McCarthy and the coaching staff these kinds of questions until probably the NFL Combine in February.
Also occurring on Wednesday, Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo is reportedly interviewing for the Cleveland Browns head coaching job, and apparently they're coming to him, and not the other way around:
Browns brass on their way to Green Bay. Will begin their interview with Packers QB coach Ben McAdoo tomorrow
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 8, 2014
According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
McAdoo is being promoted as an Andy Reid clone. Reid started out as a tight ends coach under Mike Holmgren and later moved to coaching quarterbacks. He never served as an offensive coordinator before being hired as head coach in Philadelphia.
Even if McAdoo doesn't get the Browns job, there's a strong chance he'll be hired as an offensive coordinator somewhere.
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