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According to a report from Bob McGinn at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is "fed up with his boss' unwillingness to take a chance and reinforce the roster with veteran players".

According to McGinn, his sources have confirmed the turmoil in the front office between McCarthy and Thompson exists and the offensive collapse was a microcosm of the disconnect between the two in philosophy.

The Packers are coming off a bizarre year in which they began the season 6-0, only to have the wheels fall off the offense and to devastated by injury. The Packers failed to address issues at inside linebacker and at tight end last offseason and instead focused almost exclusively on the secondary.

With the window of Aaron Rodgers' prime closing, many in Green Bay and in the media believe its time for the Packers to build for now and get away from the draft and develop philosophy that Thompson has famously implemented in Titletown.
http://gnb.247sports.com/Bolt/Report-Mike-McCarthy-fed-up-with-Ted-Thompsons-philosophy-43106391
 

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He should be fed up with himself for letting Jeff Janis ride the pine behind a bum like Davante Adams all year.
I have been a big supporter of Janis since the predraft process. At the very least he should have been in the mix. Especially with how depleted the WR core was at points in the season, and he was showing up on special teams too.
 
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