Mike McCarthy has visited Lambeau twice for special reasons since being fired

Mike McCarthy has visited Lambeau twice for special reasons since being fired

According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, McCarthy also went by Tuesday to speak to his former staff, with the permission of team officials including team president Mark Murphy and General Manager Brian Gutekunst. "And Aaron is one of the best - if not the best - quarterback to ever play the game, so their work has a direct connection to what he does and that's.at the end of the day there is a lot of complications".

"I mean, I found out, I'm sure, the same way that most of you found out", Rodgers told reporters.

Following the Packers' decision to fire Mike McCarthy, Rodgers stated that he found out when he was with his family.

Murphy felt it was a good idea as McCarthy didn't have a chance to address the team after being fired hours after Sunday's 20-17 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Interim coach Joe Philbin allowed McCarthy back into Lambeau Field to speak to the team, and the players bid him farewell with a standing ovation.

Linebacker Clay Matthews spent all 10 National Football League seasons with McCarthy. "Obviously, first thing's first, you understand that this is a business and not many people get that opportunity".

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"Fame can change things", Edward said at the time, later adding, "Airing public laundry is not what I would have chosen". For him to invest the past 13 years in this team, has given his heart and soul to us, to have that kind of closure, it was great of the organization.

But it's not a certainty that McCarthy will coach anywhere, as staying put in Green Bay and being paid to be an unemployed civilian is still something he's considering. I'm sure he did from a closure standpoint. "I thought he did a great job".

"I do believe that family and fame and success can be really complicated if their dreams are connected to your success", Munn explained. "Obviously, we gave him the respect he deserved and sent him off with some final words". "This is a first-class organization all the way around". I think it's been that way for 100 seasons, I would guess. I'm not that old, but I'm guessing it's been that for a long time.

The Packers enter Sunday's home game against the Atlanta Falcons having lost five of the past six games to tumble to 4-7-1.

But the numbers show that the problems can't just be traced to McCarthy or the play of No. 12.

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