Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers doesn't appear to be totally happy with his employer. There are a few reasons why and he's publicly pointed out a couple of them.
All of those Green Bay Packers' coaches that were fired -- at least on the offensive side -- now have new jobs. And that seems about right.
As the Green Bay Packers and coach Mike McCarthy purge their coaching staff two things are apparent. This is a pattern and the assistants are being scapegoated.
The Green Bay Packers and coach Mike McCarthy made the surprising move to remove Edgar Bennett as offensive coordinator and Alex Van Pelt as quarterbacks coach.
Aaron Rodgers would like quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt to be considered for offensive coordinator jobs. Buffalo might be interested. That may not matter.
The Green Bay Packers have decided not to repeat one of 2015's many failures. They've decided to hire a receivers coach this year. He is Luke Getsy.
Before we look ahead, we're going to take one last look back at the Green Bay Packers' 2015 season. These are the failures that cost the Packers another shot.
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.
The Green Bay Packers have denied permission for other teams to interview quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt, which means he won't be going anywhere at the moment.
It's the offseason and that means Green Bay Packers coaches are potentially in demand. Alex Van Pelt and Tom Clements are the first to draw interest from other teams.
The Cleveland Browns were interested in Alex Van Pelt for their offensive coordinator job, but the Green Bay Packers kept him by promoting him to quarterbacks coach.
Green Bay Packers running backs coach Alex Van Pelt is reportedly a candidate for the Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator, IF Mike Pettine gets the head job.