Former Packers assistant coach Winston Moss, who was fired by Green Bay after sending a tweet out about holding Aaron Rodgers accountable, went on FOX Sports this weekend and discussed what happened. He stands by his tweet and doesn’t regret it.
During the interview the subject of Mike McCarthy’s firing came up. Moss didn’t blame the firing on Rodgers and said the two worked well together prior to this season.
Moss then said, “Aaron Rodgers has been the head coach of the Packers for the last nine years.”
He quickly added, “I’m just joking.”
"Rodgers has been the coach the past 9 years 😉"
Former Packers associate head coach, Winston Moss, sits down with the FOX NFL Kickoff crew to discuss what REALLY went down in Green Bay. pic.twitter.com/upIhPmlup0
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Is he though? There’s always a little bit of truth to every joke. Something tells me Moss would probably not add the just joking part to his comments off camera. Good luck to whoever decides to move to miserable Wisconsin and deal with a 35-year-old Aaron Rodgers.