Packers CEO Mark Murphy admits staff felt complacent lately | NFL


Packers CEO Mark Murphy indicated coach Mike McCarthy’s firing was on account of complacency, though he did not identify names.

Throughout newly-hired coach Matt LaFleur’s introductory press convention Wednesday, Murphy mentioned he talked to gamers from every place group to see what they might change after the staff ended the season with a 6-9-1 document.

“They needed somebody who would maintain the gamers accountable,” Murphy advised reporters . “They felt a complacency had set in amongst some gamers and coaches. … Is there one thing we may do to shake individuals up in order that they don’t have the complacency?”

On the finish of the day, all gamers and employees reported to McCarthy. If there was complacency on the staff, it was as much as McCarthy to right it.

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers has additionally expressed that there have been instances over the previous couple seasons the staff has lacked “juice.”

McCarthy was fired at the start of December, leaving interim coach Joe Philbin to try to rally the Packers within the final month of the common season.

Studies emerged that McCarthy intends to take a seat out the 2019 season after the Jets employed Adam Gase, however something can change this offseason.

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