Packers announce participants for Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship

Green Bay announces addition of 14 new coaches

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The Green Bay Packers announced the addition of 14 new coaches who are joining the staff over the next two months as part of the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship. Head Coach Matt LaFleur made the announcement on Friday.

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).

Designed as a vocational tool to increase the number of full-time NFL minority coaches, all 32 NFL clubs participate each year. The program's objective is to use NFL clubs' offseason workout programs and minicamps to give talented coaches opportunities to observe, participate, gain experience and ultimately gain a full-time NFL coaching position.

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