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Sport Watch: Packers associate coach Winston Moss stares down reporters in strange scene

09:07  14 june  2018
09:07  14 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Then there's what happened Wednesday between Packers associate head coach/linebackers coach Winston Moss and reporters at Green Bay's minicamp in Ashwaubenon, Wis. Moss sat down to talk to the media, but clearly did not seem in the mood. He rolled his eyes, disputed a reporter's account of a player's on-field actions and seemed unwilling to volunteer any information.

A reporter asked him, "Winston, I'm sorry, where's the Winston that has given us illumination and information at past press conferences? Did we do something that you're down on us again? … We want to talk about your guys, and I'm not quite sure what you want from us to make that happen."

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Entering his 30th season in the NFL, 19th as an NFL assistant coach and 12th with the Packers , Winston Moss will serve as associate head coach for Hawk played in all 16 contests with 15 starts at BLB and assumed more of an every- down role with nickel LB Brandon Chillar limited to just eight

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After almost a 10-second pause, Moss responded, "I can't help you."

Another pause, and Moss continued, "You ask the question, I'll answer it."

Naturally, the Twittersphere had plenty of thoughts on the uncomfortable situation, taking both Moss' and the reporter's side in the standoff.

Moss, 52, played 11 seasons as a linebacker in the NFL, with the Buccaneers, Raiders and Seahawks. He's been with the Packers since 2007.

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Source: http://us.pressfrom.com/news/sports/-155139-watch-packers-associate-coach-winston-moss-stares-down-reporters-in-strange-scene/

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