Milt Hendrickson enters his 18th NFL season and fourth with the Packers in 2022. He joined Green Bay on Jan. 24, 2019, as director – football operations after spending the previous 14 seasons (2005-18) in the personnel department of the Baltimore Ravens.
With the Ravens, Hendrickson was a player personnel assistant in 2005, worked primarily with the pro personnel staff in 2006-07, was promoted to Midwest area scout after the 2008 NFL Draft, was named mid-regional scout following the 2013 NFL Draft and was promoted to national scout after the 2016 NFL Draft. During his time in Baltimore, the Ravens won a Super Bowl and four division titles, appeared in the playoffs eight times and won 138 games (including postseason), the sixth most in the NFL over that span.
Prior to joining the Ravens, Hendrickson was a coach in high school and college. After serving as the team captain for both the football and baseball teams at Luther College, he went on to earn his master's degree in exercise and sports science-sports administration from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. In 1996, he was the assistant offensive line coach at UW-La Crosse. From 1997-99, Hendrickson was the head varsity football coach at De Soto (Wis.) High School, where his teams were Division 6 state semi-finalists in both 1998 and 1999. In the spring of 2000, he served as De Soto's head baseball coach, leading the team to a 27-0 record and the Division 3 state title. During his various coaching roles at the high school, Hendrickson also taught language arts and social studies at De Soto Middle School. He then went back to Luther to coach the offensive line/running backs from 2000-01 and then served as the associate head coach/special teams coordinator/offensive line coach from 2002-04. In 2021, Hendrickson was inducted into the Luther College athletic hall of fame.
Hendrickson's introduction to the NFL came as an intern in the Packers' personnel department during training camp in 2004.
A Wisconsin native, he was the valedictorian as a senior in 1992 at Pecatonica (Blanchardville, Wis.) High School and that same year played in the WFCA Shrine Bowl all-star game as a defensive lineman. He was inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame in 2016. Hendrickson and his wife, Amy, are the proud parents of a son, Hutson, 17, and two daughters, Avalyn, 13, and Jaycie, 10.