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SportsPackers OLB coach Winston Moss fired same day as Aaron Rodgers tweet

08:30  05 december  2018
08:30  05 december  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

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On Tuesday, the Green Bay Packers released longtime assistant head coach /linebackers coach Winston Moss after 13 years with the organization. The move also comes the same day as Moss posted a strange and controversial tweet this afternoon calling out Aaron Rodgers for a lack of

Aaron Charles Rodgers (born December 2, 1983) is an American football quarterback for the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League (NFL).

Packers OLB coach Winston Moss fired same day as Aaron Rodgers tweet© Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers outside linebackers coach Winston Moss was fired on Tuesday, the same day he sent a tweet about leadership for the team.

Moss had been a coach under Mike McCarthy during the former head coach’s entire Packers tenure. Early Tuesday, he sent a tweet about team leadership. He said the Packers need someone who will hold Aaron Rodgers and everybody else accountable.

9.5 hours after sending the tweet, Moss shared that he had been fired. The news was confirmed by multiple reporters.

Interim head coach Joe Philbin had the support of management in firing Moss.

There has been some thinking that Rodgers pushed for McCarthy’s firing. Moss seemed to show which side he was on.

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Packers OLB coach Winston Moss fired same day as Aaron Rodgers tweet

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