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Packers announce 2024 coaching staff changes

Head Coach Matt LaFleur made the announcements on Tuesday


The Green Bay Packers have hired Aaron Hill as strength & conditioning coordinator, Derrick Ansley as passing game coordinator (defense), Anthony Campanile (camp-uh-nell-ee) as linebackers/running game coordinator, Sean Duggan (DUG-an) as a defensive assistant, Eddie Gordon as assistant offensive line coach, Marcus Jones as a strength & conditioning assistant, Sean Mannion as an offensive assistant, Vince Oghobaase (oh-guh-BAH-see) as assistant defensive line coach, Anthony Perkins as a defensive quality control coach, Ben Schumacher as a strength & conditioning assistant and Myles White as a coaching assistant (minority fellowship). Green Bay has also promoted Ryan Mahaffey (muh-HAFF-ee) to wide receivers coach and transitioned Jason Rebrovich to defensive line coach. Head Coach Matt LaFleur made the announcements on Tuesday.

Hill joins Green Bay after spending the last five seasons working for the San Francisco 49ers as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. Prior to his time in San Francisco, he worked under the same title at Vanderbilt University for four years (2015-18), assisting with all aspects of the university's football program during the season and offseason training. In 2015, Hill had an offseason internship in the Carolina Panthers' strength & conditioning department. His coaching career began at as a strength and conditioning intern in 2014-15 at the University of Minnesota, where he played linebacker from 2009-13. The former walk-on was a two-time recipient of Minnesota's Butch Nash Award for competitiveness on and off the field. Hill graduated from Minnesota in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology sport and exercise science and later earned his master's degree from the school in applied kinesiology-sport and exercise science the following year.

Ansley joins the Packers after working for the Los Angeles Chargers for the past three seasons, first as secondary coach (2021-22) before being promoted to defensive coordinator (2023). He coached a secondary in 2022 that featured Pro Bowl safety Derwin James Jr., who earned second-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press. Before joining the Chargers, Ansley spent two seasons (2019-20) as the defensive coordinator/defensive backs coach at the University of Tennessee. In his first season leading the Volunteers' defense, his group featured 11 first-time defensive starters, including five freshmen, and ranked in the top 25 nationally in total defense, passing defense and interceptions. Ansley's first NFL experience came in 2018 as the defensive backs coach for the Oakland Raiders, helping them increase their INT total from the year prior by nearly double digits (nine). In 2016-17, Ansley coached the defensive backs at the University of Alabama, helping the Crimson Tide rank No. 1 in the nation in total defense and scoring defense both years. He tutored DB Minkah Fitzpatrick to a pair of All-America seasons, including a unanimous selection following the 2017 season. It was Ansley's second stint at Alabama after working there as a defensive graduate assistant (2010-11). Between the two, Ansley was at the University of Tennessee coaching defensive backs (2012) and at the University of Kentucky as defensive backs coach (2013-14) and co-defensive coordinator/secondary coach (2015). He broke into the coaching ranks at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Ala., working with the defensive backs for five seasons (2005-09).

Campanile comes to Green Bay after working as the linebackers coach for the Miami Dolphins for four seasons (2020-23). During his time with the Dolphins, he was part of staffs that helped Miami rank No. 4 in the NFL over that span in sacks (185.0), No. 6 in rushing defense (106.4 ypg), No. 8 in takeaways (96) and third-down defense (38.6 pct.) and tied for No. 5 in forced fumbles (56). Campanile coached linebackers at the University of Michigan in 2019, mentoring Khaleke Hudson and Josh Uche, both of whom earned second-team All-Big Ten honors for the first time in their careers. He spent three seasons at Boston College, where he coached defensive backs (2016-17) and added co-defensive coordinator responsibilities in his final season (2018). Campanile helped six of his defensive backs earn All-ACC honors and four of his defensive backs went on to be selected in the NFL Draft. Prior to BC, he spent four seasons coaching both sides of the ball at his alma mater, Rutgers, where he played safety and linebacker (2002-04). He was a defensive assistant (2012), tight ends coach (2013-14) and wide receivers coach (2015). Campanile began his coaching career as a student assistant at Rutgers in 2005. He went on to spend six seasons as a high school coach in New Jersey, beginning as an assistant at his alma mater, Fair Lawn High School, in 2006, and then five years at Don Bosco Prep as linebackers coach (2007-09) and offensive coordinator (2010-11).

Duggan comes to Green Bay after spending the last four years at his alma mater, Boston College, first as linebackers coach (2020-22) before adding co-defensive coordinator to his duties in 2023. He coached Vinny DePalma, who earned All-ACC honorable mention in 2022 and third-team All-ACC honors in 2023. He was the fourth linebacker under Duggan's tutelage to earn All-ACC recognition. Current Packers LB Isaiah McDuffie played under Duggan in 2020, ranking No. 5 in the country in tackles (107) to earn second-team All-ACC honors. Prior to his time coaching at Boston College, Duggan was a defensive graduate assistant at Ohio State (2019), and coached linebackers at UMass (2018) and at the University of Hawaii (2016-17). He began his coaching career as a defensive graduate assistant at Boston College. As a player at BC, Duggan appeared in 45 career games and was a captain in 2014.

Gordon joins the Packers after spending last year as the offensive line coach at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he helped the Blazers set a single-season record for total offense with an average of 450.0 yards per game. He spent the previous four years at the University of Georgia, first as a graduate assistant in 2019-21 and then as an offensive quality control coach in 2022. He was part of a staff that helped the Bulldogs go 29-1 and win back-to-back national championships in 2021 and 2022. Prior to joining Georgia, Gordon spent two seasons (2017-18) at his alma mater, Louisiana, where he played center from 2014-16. He was the Ragin' Cajuns' offensive line graduate assistant in 2017 and spent 2018 as the director of player development and assistant strength and conditioning coach.

Jones comes to Green Bay after working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at North Carolina State since 2021. Prior to his time with the Wolfpack, he was the assistant director of football performance at Appalachian State (2020-21). Jones programmed for the track and field team and assisted football as the assistant director of strength and conditioning at Western Kentucky in 2019. He spent 2018 at the University of Louisville as an assistant strength and conditioning coach and in 2017 he worked as a speed and strength coach as well as the cornerbacks coach at the University of St. Thomas. The former defensive back and wide receiver for the University of Minnesota began his coaching career as a strength and conditioning assistant at Boise State (2016).

Mahaffey enters his fourth season with the Packers, having originally joined Green Bay in 2021 as an offensive quality control coach. He has spent the past two seasons as the assistant offensive line coach for the Packers. Mahaffey came to Green Bay after coaching in college from 2013-20. The former tight end/fullback at Northern Iowa (2007-10) spent the 2019-20 seasons at his alma mater as the offensive coordinator. Mahaffey also worked as the recruiting coordinator/tight ends (2013) and co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers (2016) at UNI. Between those stints, he was a graduate assistant/wide receivers coach at Notre Dame (2014-15) and the tight ends coach at Western Kentucky (2017-18). After his collegiate playing career, Mahaffey signed with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2011 and appeared in five games that season for the Indianapolis Colts. In 2012, he spent some time with the Miami Dolphins.

Mannion played quarterback in the NFL (2015-23) after originally being selected in the third round (No. 89 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. After four seasons with the Rams (2015-18), he played for the Minnesota Vikings (2019-23) and Seattle Seahawks (2023). Overall, he saw action in 14 games with three starts in his pro career. In college, Mannion made 43 starts at Oregon State, completing 1,187 of 1,838 passes (64.6 pct.) for 13,600 yards and 83 touchdowns. The two-time honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection (2013-14) set school records for career passing TDs and completion percentage while ranking No. 2 in conference history in passing yards. In 2013, Mannion was tied for No. 4 in the nation in passing TDs (37) and ranked No. 2 in the country with 4,662 yards, a Pac-12 record.

Oghobaase joins the Packers after spending four seasons coaching the defensive line at Boston College (2020-23). In 2022, he coached DE Donovan Ezeiruaku, who earned second-team All-ACC honors after posting 8.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss; both the most by an Eagle since 2018. Oghobaase helped coach a defense that finished No. 3 nationally in passing yards allowed (173.5 ypg) in 2021. Prior to his time at BC, he coached the defensive line for UCLA in 2018-19. In his first season at UCLA in 2018, Oghobaase tutored a line that helped the Bruins make significant improvements in yards allowed per carry (4.60 in 2018, 5.76 in 2017) and total defense (444.9 ypg in 2018, 483.7 in 2017). In 2016-17, Oghobaase served as the assistant defensive line coach for the San Francisco 49ers, where he helped tutor DL DeForest Buckner, who earned PFWA All-Rookie honors in 2016. Oghobaase began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Duke (2011-12) and Ohio State (2013-15). He was a four-year starter as a player at Duke (2006-09), earning freshman All-American honors (2006), honorable mention All-ACC twice (2008-09) and third-team All-America honors from The Sporting News (2009).

Perkins joins the Packers after two seasons at Oregon State as a cornerbacks coach (2022-23). He helped the defense lead the Pac-12 and rank No. 13 nationally with 71 passes defensed in 2022. During the spring of 2021, he joined the Packers staff as part of the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship. Prior to his tenure at OSU, Perkins worked in the same position at Colorado State from 2019-21. In 2017-18, he worked for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the assistant to the head coach and helped defensive backs coaches Jon Hoke and Brett Maxie with player skill and development. He worked with cornerbacks at Ohio University (2015-16) and during those two years, Perkins was a part of the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship with Tennessee (2015) and Tampa Bay (2016). He began his coaching career as the secondary coach at Indiana State in 2013-14. Perkins played defensive back at the University of Colorado (2007-11), earning the school's Eddie Crowder Leadership Award during his junior season and serving as a team captain as a senior.

Schumacher comes to Green Bay after working as an assistant director of athletic performance at the University of Minnesota since 2017. It was his second stint with the Gophers, having worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in 2013-14. Schumacher also worked under the same title at Vanderbilt University (2015-17) and at the University of Nebraska (2014-15). Previously, Schumacher spent two seasons as the assistant director of strength and conditioning at Harvard (2011-13). His coaching career started with summer internships at the University of Iowa (2008, 2010) and Nebraska (2009) and as a graduate assistant in strength and conditioning at Northwest Missouri State University (2008-10).

White originally entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Packers from Louisiana Tech in 2013. He spent time on Green Bay's practice squad and active roster from 2013-15, appearing in seven games for the Packers. He went on to play in 12 games for the New York Giants in 2015 and in 2016 spent time with the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. White played two more seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts. He began his post-playing career as a quality control coach at Southern Methodist University (2019-20). White worked as the inside receivers coach at Stephen F. Austin in 2021. He joined Miami (Ohio) as wide receivers coach in 2022 and would later add passing game coordinator to his duties. This past season, White helped the Redhawks win their 17th MAC title and their first since 2019. During the spring of 2023, he joined the Packers staff as part of the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship.

Offensive Coaching Staff

Adam Stenavich – Offensive Coordinator

Luke Butkus – Offensive Line

Tom Clements – Quarterbacks

John Dunn – Tight Ends

Eddie Gordon – Assistant Offensive Line

Rob Grosso – Offensive Quality Control

Connor Lewis – Assistant Quarterbacks

Ryan Mahaffey – Wide Receivers

Sean Mannion – Offensive Assistant

Ben Sirmans – Running Backs

Jason Vrable – Passing Game Coordinator

Myles White – Coaching Assistant (Minority Fellowship)

Defensive Coaching Staff

Jeff Hafley – Defensive Coordinator

Derrick Ansley – Passing Game Coordinator (Defense)

Anthony Campanile – Linebackers/Running Game Coordinator

Wendel Davis – Defensive Quality Control

Ryan Downard – Defensive Backs

Sean Duggan – Defensive Assistant

Vince Oghobaase – Assistant Defensive Line

Anthony Perkins – Defensive Quality Control

Jason Rebrovich – Defensive Line

Special Teams Coaching Staff

Rich Bisaccia – Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator

Byron Storer – Assistant Special Teams

Kyle Wilber – Special Teams Quality Control

Strength and Conditioning Staff

Aaron Hill – Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

Marcus Jones – Strength & Conditioning Assistant

Ben Schumacher – Strength & Conditioning Assistant

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