Packers part ways with associate head coach Winston Moss

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Evan Siegle

"I think it's important, as I said to the team, we gotta be professional, accountable, respectful and punctual".

A day after losing head coach Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers associate head coach Winston Moss is out, too.

As we roll toward the end of the 2018 National Football League season, more and more coaches will be fired.

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.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft took a page out of coach Bill Belichick's media playbook when asked about the latest head coaching rumors involving offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. "That's what really what I care about".

"We have good people", Kraft told Guregian. "He likes the quarterback situations there, and I believe that there is front office people in Green Bay who are enamored with Jim Harbaugh and potentially trying to get him to come to Green Bay".

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

People have plucked off Bill Belichick assistants for years, with little success to show for it.

McDaniels is again drawing interest this season. I didn't do almost well enough in my role and my job a year ago when we went down there to Miami, so there's a lot for us to look at and a great defense for us to go there and face where they play extremely well at home. "But again, I'm not anxious about that right now", said McDaniels.

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