GREEN BAY - The shakeup in Packer land continues with the firing of Associate Head Coach-Linebackers Coach Winston Moss, just hours after he posted a tweet referencing QB Aaron Rodgers.

Acting Head Coach Joe Philbin fired Moss on Tuesday night.

“We thank Winston for his contributions to the Packers over the past 13 years,” Philbin said in a statement. “We hope for the best for Winston and his family moving forward.”

The dismissal followed a Tweet by Moss that seemed to point at the Pack's All-Pro QB in assigning responsibility for the Green and Gold's lost season.

"The Packers have informed me that there (sp) letting me go. #thankstwitter!

Moss, a member of McCarthy’s original coaching staff, was passed over in favor of Philbin for the interim coach role. As associate head coach in title the past four seasons, he could have been seen as being next in line when the Packers fired McCarthy. Instead, team president/CEO Mark Murphy promoted Philbin from offensive coordinator.

Moss’ tweet Tuesday is not the first time his public communication has cast the organization in a poor light. So awkward were his media sessions at the podium the past couple of years that Moss was the lone assistant coach not made available to reporters this season.

McCarthy hired Moss to be his linebackers coach in 2006. He has overseen the development of all linebackers – both edge rushers and off the ball – the past five season.

“I have serve(sic) the Packers with all my heart and soul,” Moss tweeted Tuesday night. “I’ve given it my all. no regrets!”