Robert Kraft says he's 'flattered' that teams are pursuing Josh McDaniels

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Joe Philbin was named the Packers interim head coach on Sunday after the team made a decision to fire Mike McCarthy and he's not wasting any time getting things done.

"It's important that everybody is on the same page, that we're all moving in the same direction", Philbin said Wednesday. "But again, I'm not anxious about that right now", he said earlier this week of possibly taking another head coaching gig.

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The Packers officially fired Moss Tuesday night.

The critical tweet that Moss posted Tuesday, when he questioned the Packers' leadership, was only part of the reason he was sacked by Philbin. "Those are the four things we gotta do the next four weeks, and if we do all those things, we'll be in good shape". "I think it's important, as I said to the team, we gotta be professional, accountable, respectful and punctual". Joe Philbin will serve as interim head coach while the team begins its search for the next full-time head coach.

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And with that come several rumors that Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels will be landing a head coaching gig somewhere else next season.

"I don't really worry about the future", McDaniels said. Moss was hired by McCarthy shortly after he took over the program in 2006 as the team's linebackers coach.

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A longtime right-hand man to former Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy - who was sacked unceremoniously on Sunday following an embarrassing loss to the Arizona Cardinals - Moss has been in Green Bay since the 2006 season.