The Green Bay Packers have announced five new coaching moves, adding to their list of assistants under Head Coach Mike McCarthy.
The team announced these additions:
- Brian Angelichio, tight ends coach
- Ejiro Evero, defensive quality control coach
- Luke Getsy, wide receivers coach
- David Raih, assistant offensive line coach
- Ben Sirmans, running backs coach
Angelichio has coached in the NFL for four years, the last two with the Cleveland Browns. Their top tight end, Gary Barnidge, caught 79 pases for 1,043 yards and nine touchdowns.
Evero was part of the San Francisco 49ers staff the last five years, playing different roles on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.
Getsy switches roles, taking over as wide receivers coach after being a quality control coach for two years.
Raih was a coaching administrator for Green Bay the past two seasons, working with Texas Tech and UCLA previously.
Sirmans coached Todd Gurley, who reached the Pro Bowl with the St. Louis Rams. He was with St. Louis for three years.
The Packers made no changes to their list of associated head coaches and coordinators.