Micheal Spurlock

Special Teams Quality Control Coach


The Green Bay Packers hired Micheal Spurlock as a special teams quality control coach on March 17, 2022.

Spurlock joins the Packers after spending the last two seasons as a senior analyst for Ole Miss. He was a wide receiver and kick returner in the NFL from 2006-14 and coached in the league as a special teams assistant for the Dallas Cowboys in 2016. Spurlock was the first player in Tampa Bay Buccaneers' history to return a kickoff for a touchdown and the only player in San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers' history to return a punt and kickoff for a touchdown in the same season. He finished his NFL career with 3,374 total return yards and five return touchdowns, along with 47 catches for 502 yards (10.7 avg.) and three scores. Spurlock began his post-playing career as an assistant coach at Philadelphia (Miss.) High School. He also spent a few years as a college coach with stints at Southeastern Louisiana University (wide receivers and special teams in 2018-19), University of Texas-San Antonio (special teams quality control/linebacker assistant in 2017) and Coahoma Community College (running backs coach/special teams coordinator in 2016).