The Green Bay Packers announced the final coaching staff on Monday. The new changes include four promotions and four new employees.
Jerry Gray and Adam Stenavich received the biggest promotions.
Gray will serve as the team’s defensive guard coach in 2020, adding the passing game coordinator to his title. Under the leadership of the new defensive coordinator Joe Barry (Joe Barry), he will serve as a senior assistant.
Stenavich (Stenavich) was one of the team’s most impressive positions last season. He will serve as the new game coordinator for the offensive organization, as well as the offensive line coach.
The packer also promoted Rayna Stewart from special team quality control coach to assistant special team coach, and promoted Connor Lewis from offensive quality control coach to special team assistant and game management expert.
The team hired the following people: John Dunn (senior analyst), Justin Hood (defensive quality control coach), Ryan Mahaffey (offensive quality control coach) and Tim Zetz (offensive quality control) coach).
Hood, Mahaffey and Zetts are all from universities. Last season, Dunn served in the New York Jets.
The Packers left all senior assistants in the defensive role of Mike Pettine, who was replaced by Barry last month.
The Packers did lose offensive quality control coach Kevin Cog, defensive quality control coach Christian Parker and senior analyst Butch Barry, who left Green Bay during the offseason for other coaching opportunities.