Packers Fire Associate Head Coach After Aaron Rodgers Tweet
The soap opera in Green Bay has taken another turn after a long-time associate head coach was fired after he posted a tweet about Aaron Rodgers.
Winston Moss has been with the Green Bay Packers for 13 total years, serving as associate head coach in charge of linebackers for the past 4 seasons. He was fired this week after writing the following tweet:
Just a couple days after that went public, interim head coach Joe Philbin announced that Winston Moss had lost his job. Moss then went on to add to his original tweet:
It appears that nobody within the Green Bay organization is allowed to criticize Aaron Rodgers publicly or they will no longer be a part of the Packers. Bottom line, don't touch the 'Golden Boy'.
However, I don't think Moss will be without a job for long. He'll probably find himself employed as soon as former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy gets his next opportunity.