The Green Bay Packers will reportedly head into OTA practices this summer with extra help for their coaching staff. The Packers are using their practices this summer to get their young roster up to speed on their scheme for the 2023 season. Head coach Matt LaFleur said after the draft that the staff would assess how much of their system could be on their youthful rosters plate. LaFleur will have plenty of help in that department this offseason.
Matt LaFleur announces 14 additional Green Bay Packers coaches
According to a statement by the Packers, LaFleur announced Friday all of the 14 coaches that would participate in the NFL’s Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship program this summer. Per the statement, these coaches will join the Packers staff over the course of the next two months:
“The offensive staff will welcome Lindsey Lamar (Howard), Arthur Ray (Howard), Mike Brown (Wisconsin), Juan Soto (Wagner College), Daryl Agpalsa (ag-PAWL-suh, Northern Illinois), Winston DeLattiboudere (dee-lah-tee-bow-dare, Minnesota) and former Packers wide receiver Myles White (Miami of Ohio).
The defense will be joined by former NFL safety Akeem Davis (UNLV), Siriki Diabate (suh-ree-kee dee-uh-BAH-tay, Connecticut) and Michael Hunter (Tulsa).
The strength and conditioning staff will be assisted by Bryant Harper (Texas A&M), A.J. Blue (North Carolina), Ike Brown (LSU) and Rendrick Taylor (Colorado).”
The fellowship is designed to help minority coaches get full-time employment with NFL teams. It’s nice to see the Packers participating in this program. Hopefully, the knowledge of the additional coaching staff can help get the Packers rookies up to snuff this season.
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