Former Texas A&M — and Green Bay Packers — coach Mike Sherman resigned from his Massachusetts high school job, according to the Associated Press.

Sherman’s career hasn’t been trending in the right direction in a few years now, and he’s out after two years at Nauset Regional in Eastham.

Although Sherman never viewed the position as a long-term job, could his resignation have anything to do with his overall record? We think so.

Sherman, a Massachusetts native, went 4-18 in two seasons at Nauset but said he feels he made an impact by instilling core values in his players and teaching them life lessons.

Sherman finished 57-39 as head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 2000-2005, and he was just 25-25 at Texas A&M before being fired and replaced by Kevin Sumlin. Sherman coached at TAMU from 2008-2011.

Sherman has coached in the NFL, college football and high school, and who knows where his career could lead next. The AP reports that Sherman is a managing partner with a nearby training facility.