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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 164 - Coaching Candidates Part 2: Chuck Pagano

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Pack-A-Day Podcast - Episode 164 - Coaching Candidates Part 2: Chuck Pagano

Jake Turner of PackersTalk.com and Mark Eckel of BobMcGinnFootball.com break down part two of the Pack-A-Day coaching series with former Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. However, why did one of them go bold and recommend him for a different position? Then the other doubled down on a few dark horse candidates that no one saw coming. What else with these two on Pack-A-Day?!

Join us over the next week plus as we breakdown each candidate being interviewed in great depth!

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Andy Herman is an avid Packers fan and season ticket holder. He has graduated from National Football Post's and Sports Management Worldwide's NFL Scouting courses and is the owner of the Pack-A-Day Podcast. Find him on Twitter @sconniesports.

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This is the second time in a week I've heard in WI sports media this misinformation about how Jim Bates was McCarthy's first DC kept over from Sherman and he fired him to bring in Capers. NOT TRUE!!! Bates interviewed for the HC job after Sherman was fired and REFUSED to stay on as DC feeling disrespected. He felt he'd earned the HC job by fixing Donatell's woeful defense. McCarthy's first DC was Bob Sanders!

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