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Packers Calendar: Season-Ending Press Conference for McCarthy

As players continue to stream out of town for the offseason, the 2012 season continues to wrap up at 1265 Lombardi Ave.

Head coach Mike McCarthy, likely in the middle of exit interviews with players, takes a break to conduct his final press conference of the 2012 season.

The press conference takes place live at 4 p.m. Central time and will be streamed live on the team's official website.

Meanwhile, tight end Jermichael Finley will be making local appearances in Milwaukee and Green Bay on Tuesday on behalf of the Defeat Hunger Bowl.

Finley will appear at the Walmart at 401 E. Capitol Dr. in Milwaukee from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and then later at the Walmart in Green Bay at 2440 W. Mason St. from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m., according to the charity's Facebook page.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers will also make the his regular weekly appearance on the ESPN Radio affiliate in Milwaukee at 1:30 p.m. CT, as indicated by host Jason Wilde via Twitter. Rogers' Tuesday radio show can be heard on 540 AM WAUK and streamed live at the station's website.


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Evan's picture

I've been seeing conflicting reports about the status of Capers' contract.

Is it indeed up or as Jason Wilde suggested does he have two years left?

Derek's picture

this day always sucks, every year.

joe's picture

Capers has to go no question about it. The Pack needs and deserves a more aggresive defensive coach. To get eliminated like that, just like last year is unacceptable. This is a team with all its talent, should be in the playoffs year after year. It's insulting to the fans and the stockholders (to which I am one) to go out in this fashion.

CSS's picture

It was Capers aggressiveness that actually hurt them most in this game. He blitzed, left DB's in man coverage with their backs turned to the line of scrimmage and let a running QB sprint un-contested. Capers has also blitzed substantially year-over-year. I don't know why you would call for a 'more aggressive' coordinator.

If anything, ask why he didn't play a contain game with more cover-2 and cover-3 where you force Kaepernick to stay in the pocket and make reads. If anything, the new bread of QB calls for less aggression that could maximize their athleticism and a better scheme to force them through a route tree and make a contested throw.

IowaPackFan's picture

What do you make of that abrupt ending to that conference? Something about that question about Rodgers' injuries? No "goodbye", "thanks" or nothing.

Jamie's picture

Gotta love how much McCarthy despises Jason 'drama queen' Wilde.

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