The Green Bay Packers are embarking on a coaching search for the first time since 2006, and it appears that they'll be casting a wide net.
ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky then reported that the Packers would Interview many candidates for the job, and apparently that process is beginning in earnest on Black Monday.
McDaniels is one of the more highly-thought-of offensive coordinators in all of football, but it is perhaps surprising to see him get another head coaching interview so soon after he spurned the Colts last offseason.
McDaniels accepted the job in Indianapolis , hired defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus as well as several other assistants, and then decided at the last minute to remain in New England and reportedly become Bill Belichick's replacement in waiting.
These two Pats assistants will presumably not be the only coaches to whom the Packers reach out, so we should be prepared to continue adding names to this list.
Finding the right coach to work with Aaron Rodgers during the tail end of the future Hall of Famer's career is quite a task, and the Packers should leave no stone unturned.
- Packers request permission to interview Patriots coordinators McDaniels and FloresYahoo Sports
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- Report: Browns requested interview with Patriots DC Brian Flores247Sports
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- Report: Packers to interview McDaniels for head coachTSN
- Packers request interview with Pats' Josh McDanielsNFL.com
- Browns reportedly request permission to interview Patriots linebackers coach ...Akron Beacon Journal