Throughout recent history, NFL coaches have aspired to be more. Coach and general manager. They haven’t fared well. Thankfully, Mike McCarthy has no desire for a dual role.
Ah, the good old improve from within cliche. We love it! And that’s what it’s come down to for Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, who has seen no other improvements.
The annual NFL coaches photo was taken on Monday and Mike McCarthy needs another chair. Why does he need another chair? Because he’s a fat bastard.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy became frustrated with general manager Ted Thompson during the season, but McCarthy says they’re all good now.
Mike Solari was officially named offensive line coach of the New York Giants on Tuesday. He should have that job with the Green Bay Packers and probably would, if their wasn’t a double standard.
The Green Bay Packers have underachieved under Mike McCarthy? Well, yes. The good news is they’ve been only a few plays from greatness. Right?
This is straight-up disgusting. Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, who pulled out of the Pro Bowl because of an illness, was hospitalized last week with that illness. It was an intestinal virus that was contagious, which would explain why he couldn’t travel. In general terms, that’s probably the stomach flu, but I’m not a doctor. […]
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is joining a long list of players and pulling out of the Pro Bowl. McCarthy may have a legit excuse, however.
We’ve heard Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy isn’t happy with general manager Ted Thompson. Now we’re hearing it again. Will it register? We’ll see.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy has a wish list and it starts with a big, fast player who can stretch the middle of the field. That means a tight end.