Josh McDaniels early favorite to be Packers’ next head coach

Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss

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The Green Bay Packers head coaching job will be among the most coveted in the offseason after Mike McCarthy was sacked Sunday.

McDaniels spurned the Indianapolis Colts after agreeing to become their next head coach during last year's hiring cycle. And another advantage, quite honestly, of making the change now rather than after the season is 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.

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Moss, who has been a linebackers coach for the Packers since 2006 and an associate head coach under Mike McCarthy since 2007, fired off an interesting tweet on Tuesday afternoon.

Team president Mark Murphy and general manager Brian Gutekunst have about a month before the end of the regular season to narrow down their list of candidates and zero in on a few favorites.

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After a move like that, could a team really feel comfortable about potentially hiring McDaniels without worrying that he might once again choose his loyalty to Belichick over running his own team? This is a big challenge for us. "I love what we do here in terms of working hard to try to come up with the best plan for our players each week, and that's where our focus is going to remain".

"If that is in the cards for me then that is great", he said.

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Coaching rumors are already starting to bubble up around the National Football League and New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has once again emerged as a popular candidate. "But again, I'm not anxious about that right now", said McDaniels.

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