That's a shame but we will see..............
"According to two members of the Packers organization, its common knowledge that Packers coaches and executives who move on to bigger and better opportunities are instructed to leave the Packers staff alone."
How exactly is this common knowledge? Philbin is the first assistant under McCarthy to get an NFL head coaching job.
How can they be instructed on how to perform a job that they move on to?
It does go on to say that if an assistant is making a jump up in the ranks, the Packers will let him go. For example, if Philbin wants Ben McAadoo, the tight ends coach, as his offensive coordinator, they will let him leave.
Yeah pretty much inconsequential.. No way any of the packers staff would take a sideways move anyway so doesn't really have any bearing on our staff.. If i've read it right we can still give guys promotions so clements/mcadoo for oc is still a possibility.
From the Pack's standpoint, "don't poach our people on lateral moves and you'll remain a valued family member for life" is not unreasonable at all. As Nubs pointed out, on promotions, it's understandably, for all concerned, another situation completely.
"Yep. Blow it up. This might the worst team I've ever seen constructed in my life.
And then you throw in the terrible preparation and in-game coaching. There is no defense.
But do it right. Fire everyone in the building. No survivors. , JiF Jetnation
from what I've read, the Packers would not stop coaches from progressing their career, but they don't like seeing 4 or 5 coaches leave.