Did this tweet cost a Packers assistant his job?

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"I think it was at Northeastern if I'm not mistaken".

The team announced Tuesday that it was letting go of associate head coach/linebackers Winston Moss. "The decision was made".

Philbin, who had been the team's offensive coordinator before McCarthy was sacked, refused to comment further on the tweet and noted defensive assistant Scott McCurley will take over Moss' duties as outside linebackers coach. This failure to hold Rodgers accountable appears to be what Moss is referencing.

Philbin said defensive assistant Scott McCurley will take over Moss' duties as outside linebackers coach, and he did not name anyone to take Moss' title. 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. Respect him; outstanding family man.

However, McCarthy's firing might not have been the only reason Moss was relieved of his role.

"This gives us an opportunity to see Joe as our head coach for four games, see how the team responds and see how the coaches and others respond", Murphy said. And we would finish every time that we talked - whether it's Monday afternoon up in his office, or the Thursdays we used to spend in the team room, or Friday upstairs, or Saturday in the QB room - and we'd hug each other and tell each other we love each other. I have great confidence in this organization.

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