How simple accountability has improved the coaching staff.
The truth is that these guys are not playing with any heart or any urgency. That’s the one fundamental that should be getting all the attention right now.
For a guy that was supposed to be a tough, hard-nosed Pittsburgh guy, when do you see him get in someone’s face? The once a year he supposedly gets really angry is not enough for me.
Of the ten head coaches hired by NFL teams in 2006, Mike McCarthy has the best record. Unfortunately, that’s not saying much.
The Packer’s have announced the signing of former NFL superstar Kevin Greene to the position of outside linebackers coach. I don’t know his coaching resume, but as a player this guy was a stud.
We have some big lounge love today for the folks over at the TimesFour forum for this little note. It is an interesting notion and the thought of it excites me.
It’s finally over. The Green Bay Packers have hired Dom Capers to be their new defensive coordinator.
Numerous sources are reporting that the Green Bay Packers have selected Shawn Slocum as their new special teams coordinator.
As we were reading perhaps our favorite Packer blog over at CheesheadTV last night, we couldn’t help but notice a disturbing trend. We were going to leave it alone, but…
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With Bob Sanders gone, there’s a huge coaching position to fill. Who will be the new defensive coordinator? My vote is for…ME!
In what is becoming a clearance sale, the Green Bay Packers have dumped the entire defensive coaching staff. All defensive coaches with the exception of Winston Moss have just been fired.
The Packers have just announced that strength and conditioning coach Rock Gullickson has also been released by the team. Mike McCarthy has also released a brief statement.