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-- Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy's decision to replace Alex Van Pelt with Frank Cignetti Jr. as the team's quarterbacks coach didn't sit right with Aaron Rodgers, as documented last month.

"I thought that was an interesting change, really without consulting me," Rodgers said of his former position coach's departure on ESPN Radio's Golic and Wingo.

"There's a close connection between quarterback and quarterback coach and that was an interesting decision."

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The only obstacle that Cignetti needs to overcome is getting on the same page with Rodgers, which could be difficult to do after sharing such an interpersonal relationship with his former position coach for four seasons.

"I don't think it's difficult at all," Cignetti told ESPN's Rob Demovsky of coaching Rodgers.

"Because one, coaching's teaching. ANd getting in that quarterback classroom, you build a relationship and you understand that, hey, we're an extension of each other. And it's so exciting to go out on that field whether it's the practice field or game field and see these guys execute and make plays, I'm really looking forward to it."

That's something that McCarthy will likely leave to the two of them and allow their newfound relationship to evolve on its own. Cignetti's hiring is just one of the many coaching and personnel staff changes to take place in Green Bay just in January alone.

"I never got into this to be popular," McCarthy said. "That's the reality of being a head coach in this league."

https://cheeseheadtv.com/blog/mccarthy-on-packers-qb-coach-change-i-never-got-into-this-to-be-popular-649

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A power struggle in GB? Is McCarthy trying to remind Rodgers who is in charge?

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Another distraction for Rodgers! Just another reason to throw his game off!

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Report: Arrest warrant issued for Letroy Guion after missed court appearance in DUI case

Posted by Curtis Crabtree on March 7, 2018, 12:05 AM EST

Former Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion was arrested on DUI charges last June in Hawaii. Guion elected to take the case to trial despite being quoted in the police report telling officers “I know I’m drunk.”

However, an arrest warrant has again been issued for Guion. According to TMZ, a bench warrant was issued for Guion’s arrest after failing to appear in court on Monday.

Guion’s initial arrest came after apparently celebrating his birthday in Waikiki. He failed a breathalyzer test after being observed drifting between lanes and had a blood alcohol level just over the legal limit.

The Packers released Guion in August as he was already facing a four-game suspension for a PED violation as well.

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I'm not too sure of that. I think McCarthy is a little desperate as he proved he had no decent backup for Rogers when he went down. The defense has been pretty stagnant for years, which proves he doesn't have much of a clue of how to fix any problems on the defense. I never did like some of his play calling. He always went for it when I wouldn't, and wouldn't go for it when I thought he should. As an example I am reminded of the Dallas game where the Packers blew a 25 point lead, where one of the big shifts was when he went for it on a fourth and one, and didn't make it, and Dallas took over from there and scored. I still think Green Bay only won because in the last two minutes, Rogers was calling the plays and assignments, not McCarthy. Something has to change, and if McCarthy stays, I would agree a lot of his coaches HE hired, would HAVE to leave. Something has to change.

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I'm more worried about the Vikings than the Bears, that's all I got.

People think I am paranoid because I have so many guns. If I have guns, what do I need to be paranoid about?

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY Corn Cob

Another distraction for Rodgers! Just another reason to throw his game off!

 

It's always funny when the Bears fans predict Green Bay's demise year after year, only for the BEARS to end up at the bottom of the division.

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY greenandgold

 

ORIGINALLY POSTED BY Corn Cob

Another distraction for Rodgers! Just another reason to throw his game off!

 

It's always funny when the Bears fans predict Green Bay's demise year after year, only for the BEARS to end up at the bottom of the division.

Bears fan predictions have been spot on. The trouble is the Packers have gotten so lucky over the years. If it wasn't Lovies Smiths Bear falling down at the end of the season, it was the Vikes or Lions doing the honors. Thus allowing the Packers to back into the play-offs, year after year. It is not like the Pack have dominated and run away with the division every year.

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Green Bay Packers wide receiver Trevor Davis was arrested Sunday and charged with making "criminal threats" after joking about a bomb at the Los Angeles International Airport, according to LAX police.

Public information officer Rob Pedregon told ESPN on Monday that Davis was taken into custody and released on his own recognizance pending a May 3 court appearance.

"Yesterday, Trevor Davis checked in at the Hawaiian Airlines ticket counter and was asked the usual questions about whether he was carrying any aerosol cans, knives, weapons or explosives," Pedregon said. "Davis turned to his female companion and asked if she remembered to pack the explosives. He was then taken into custody and booked."

The case has been referred to the Los Angeles county court system, Pedregon said.

"The Packers are aware of the matter involving Trevor Davis," the team said in a statement to ESPN. "We are in the process of gathering more information and will refrain from making any further comment as it is an ongoing legal matter."

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http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23089998/green-bay-packers-trevor-davis-arrested-bomb-joke-airport

Proves you don't always have to be smart to play football.

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....think this guy mighta needed more foam under his helmet! surprise

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Butkus never wore an earring

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