Packers' Sherman loses job after first losing season
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Even as losses and injuries mounted during the worst Green Bay Packers season in 15 years, Mike Sherman wouldn't publicly plead his case to keep his job.
When prodded, Sherman said only that he hoped the team's management would take into account everything he accomplished in six seasons, not just this year.
They did -- and still reached the same conclusion: Sherman had to be fired.
Packers general manager Ted Thompson fired Sherman on Monday and
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