Posts tagged Edgar Bennett
Tom Clements isn’t salty about being stripped of play-calling duties. Noooooooo! Oh, wait a second. He probably is and he probably has good reason to be so.
Maybe a quarterback can coach receivers, but Alex Van Pelt doesn’t appear to be that guy. It is about time someone points that out, and suggests an easy alternative.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy made it official today. He passed the play-calling baton to Tom Clements and announced his 2015 coaching staff, which is quite a bit different from his 2014 coaching staff.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy may give up his play-calling duties and shuffle his staff, according to a report. Tom Clements would call plays.
The Chicago Bears need a new coach and they may be trying to poach Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements to fill that position.
The Oakland Raiders will reportedly hire Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their next coach, meaning both Winston Moss and Dom Capers will be returning to the Green Bay Packers, at least as of now.
The Green Bay Packers have several candidates to replace Joe Philbin as offensive coordinator, but the leading candidate now appears to be quarterbacks coach Tom Clements.
The Miami Dolphins will hire Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin as their next head coach. Here’s what it means for the Packers and who might replace him.
The Green Bay Packers had to hire a new receivers coach, since Jimmy Robinson left to take the same position with the Dallas Cowboys.
They announced the move on Friday and it’s a familiar face, although not someone you would expect.
Former Packers running back Edgar Bennett will take over for Robinson. Bennett coached the Packers running backs for last six seasons. For the previous four seasons, he served as director of player development.
I’m not suggesting Green Bay Packers running back James Starks is going to turn into the Houston Texans Arian Foster next season, but this is a comparison of two opposites.
I chose Foster, the NFL’s leading rusher in 2010, and Smith, who rushed for a record 204 yards in Super Bowl XXII as a member of the Washington Redskins, because they both came out of nowhere, much like Starks.