Although it's now unknown whether Wilson's dismissal came (at least partly) because of his tweet on the team's coaching search, a follow-up posted Tuesday night seems to suggest that might be the case.
When asked about the tweet, Philbin said the decision didn't have to do with just one factor.
"We've got to be professional, accountable, respectful and punctual - those are the four things that we've got to do the next four weeks, " he said.
Taking over for McCarthy, Philbin gets a four-game audition. "Whatever happens. you know, we have good people". In it, Moss seemingly declares that the Packers need to find a head coach who will hold Rodgers (and the rest of the team) to a championship standard. "The decision was made". "I mean, I'm always checking myself on my preparation habits and my practice habits and my mindset, but there's always been a great deal of accountability under Mike's program for the last 13 years".
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"It's never about one thing", said Philbin, who took over after Mike McCarthy was sacked Sunday.
Joe Philbin will serve as interim head coach while the team begins its search for the next full-time head coach.
"I think it's important obviously that everybody's on the same page, that we're all moving forward in the same direction", Philbin said.
Josh McDaniels once again is being mentioned in National Football League head-coaching rumors. Aaron Rodgers wants the power in terms of 'I want to be able to do what I want to do and turn this play, whatever you call, into whatever play I turn it into and that's my best skill.' But that skill is running out for him.