Josh McDaniels Focused On Patriots, Not Head Coaching Vacancies

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"But again, I'm not anxious about that right now". Those are the four things that we've got to do the next four weeks.

Philbin also confirmed Moss never voiced displeasure in being passed over as interim head coach in their two conversations Tuesday.

A longtime right-hand man to former Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy - who was sacked unceremoniously on Sunday following an embarrassing loss to the Arizona Cardinals - Moss has been in Green Bay since the 2006 season.

But you always want to be able to trust your head coach, and after what went down with the Colts, the only people that should trust McDaniels are Belichick and Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

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"If that's in the cards for me, then that's great", McDaniels said on Tuesday during a conference call.

In the wake of Green Bay firing head coach Mike McCarthy, who had a contentious relationship with Aaron Rodgers in recent years, one Packers coach had something very interesting to say about the quarterback.

"I think it's important obviously that everybody's on the same page, that we're all moving forward in the same direction", Philbin said. Respect him; outstanding family man.

While supporters and detractors alike flocked to the post to share their opinion, the Packers wasted little time expressing their view of Moss' public comment. "And hopefully we can finish the season on a strong note". I hate it. I hated to see how it happened and he was the last one in our - when I say our class, the year we were hired in 2006.

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