The Packers held a news conference on Wednesday to welcome new head coach Matt LaFleur to Green Bay.
The 39-year-old first-time head coach reportedly agreed to a four-year contract, with the option for a fifth year, on Tuesday night after arriving in Green Bay.
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Since Matt LaFleur’s hiring as coach, the team’s three longest-tenured assistants — James Campen, Joe Whitt and Joe Philbin — have either been dismissed or given the OK to seek jobs elsewhere.
Longtime offensive line coach James Campen, whose 15-year tenure on the Packers’ staff tied him for the longest of any assistant coach in club history, left Sunday to become the Cleveland Browns’ associate head coach/offensive line coach, ESPN.com reported.
Hackett spent most of the past four seasons with the Jaguars under coach Doug Marrone, serving as quarterbacks coach in 2015 before moving up to offensive coordinator in 2016.
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