On Wednesday, the NFL's annual meetings wrapped up in Arizona, and with NFC coaches meeting with the media yesterday we may have had the last chance to hear from Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy before the NFL Draft.
He addressed numerous topics during his discussions, and expressed some disappointment about one of the proposed rules changes that did not get passed.
Then again, he didn't go on a "profane tirade" about a refused proposal like another NFL head coach. We've got that and much more in today's curds.
Development begins near Lambeau Field | JSOnline
And in Lambeau Field as well. The Packers are adding wi-fi in the stadium and will eventually look to renovate some of the luxury boxes. Around the stadium, however, they'll work on a mixture of restaurants, retail development, and a gameday plaza.
Mike McCarthy Way a reality for Green Bay Packers coach - ESPN
The signs are now up, and look for a ceremony at some point this spring.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy won't miss Ndamukong Suh - ESPN
It's a "win-win" according to McCarthy, because Suh leaves the NFC North and his good friend Joe Philbin gets to improve his defensive line.
Pistol may be more prominent in Packers' offense | Packersnews.com
Expect to see that alignment quite a bit more in 2015, regardless of any injury status to Aaron Rodgers. If he has his normal mobility, that formation could be even more deadly.
Distant replay: Review would've wiped out Sherman's INT, McCarthy says | ESPN Wisconsin
One aspect of the changes to instant replay that the Packers would have supported was challenging certain penalties. That would have come in handy on the interception in the NFC Championship Game, when Michael Bennett jumped offsides but was not flagged by the referees.
‘Shut up, I know where I am': Tom Coughlin’s battle with Siri | New York Post
This is hilarious. Imagining Coughlin screaming at a voice inside a cell phone just made my day.
The NFL won't pay for end zone cameras and Bill Belichick isn't happy about it - SBNation.com
I can't believe I'm agreeing with Bill Belichick on something, but it's fun to imagine him going on a "profane tirade" about this issue.