Browns Working On Hiring Mike McCarthy As Next Head Coach

Browns Working On Hiring Mike McCarthy As Next Head Coach

Browns Working On Hiring Mike McCarthy As Next Head Coach

Mike McCarthy's long tenure as the Green Bay Packers' head coach has now come to an end.

Mike McCarthy was sacked by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and the head coach was surprised by the move, according to a report.

Arizona is now 3-9 on the season while Green Bay fell to 4-7-1 and by all metrics have fallen out of playoff contention.

Team President Mark Murphy says the search for the next Head Coach will begin immediately. During his time with the Packers, he coached them to a 125-77-2 record, including winning a Super Bowl in 2010.

McCarthy had been the Green Bay head coach for the past 13 seasons. Their 4-7-1 record is now 11th place in the NFC.

When McCarthy became Green Bay's head coach in 2006, there were hardly any starting slot cornerbacks and slot receivers. Add in his frequent in-game strategic gaffes this season, and it was clear that Murphy had to make this move.

Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin was named interim head coach.

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"All three worked in Green Bay while McCarthy was in the building, with Highsmith and Wolf being there until joining Dorsey in Cleveland in December". They were out of the playoffs in 2017, but that was due to an injury to quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

The former Arizona Cardinals head coach has recently expressed his intent to return to the sidelines.

The Mike McCarthy era is over in Green Bay.

McCarthy becomes the first Packers coach to not finish a full season since Gene Ronzani voluntarily walked away with two games to go in the 1953 season.

That sounds like a man that knows his time could be up, and we believe that to be the case. He helped bring me to Green Bay.

This year, Rodgers hurt his left knee in the season opener, though he is feeling better now.

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