Rich Bisaccia

Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator


Promoted to assistant head coach/special teams coordinator on March 10, 2023, Bisaccia (bis-SOTCH-ee-uh) joined the Packers in 2022 as the special teams coordinator, helping Keisean Nixon earn first-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press. Nixon was the first Packer kick returner to earn a spot on the AP All-Pro team since it added the position in 1976. Nixon (1,009) was the third player in team history to lead the NFL in kickoff return yards (Al Carmichael in 1956 and 1957, Dave Hampton in 1971). Bisaccia has 40 years of coaching experience, including 21 seasons in the NFL as a special teams coordinator, and this will be the 12th season that he has held the title of associate head coach or assistant head coach in the NFL. Prior to entering the NFL coaching ranks in 2002, Bisaccia spent 19 seasons coaching at the collegiate level with stops at the Mississippi (1999-2001), Clemson (1994-98), South Carolina (1988-93) and Wayne State College (1983-87). A native of Yonkers, N.Y., Bisaccia attended Yankton College in South Dakota from 1979-1982 and was a four-year starter at defensive back.