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Notebook: Former Packers exec Brandt understands why Greene would resign

7:50 PM, Jan. 24, 2014
Kevin Greene resigned last week to spend more time with his family.
Kevin Greene resigned last week to spend more time with his family.
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Former Green Bay Packers executive Andrew Brandt wrote this week that Kevin Greene's resignation as the Packers' outside linebackers coach caught his eye because he understands why someone might voluntarily leave his all-consuming job working in the NFL as a coach or scout.

The Packers announced last week that Greene resigned to spend more time with his family, and while that often is used in the NFL as a cover for entirely different reasons for an employee's departure, Brandt took it at face value.

"Often when we hear someone leaving to 'spend more time with family,' we wonder about a back ...

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