Packers Near Top With 21 Coaches

Only six teams have more coaches than Green Bay, with Jacksonville and Tampa Bay employing a league-high 24 apiece.

Here are the number of coaches on each NFL team heading to the 2013 season. The Green Bay Packers, with 21 coaches, are tied for the seventh-most.

Jacksonville, 24

Tampa Bay, 24

Kansas City, 23

Minnesota, 23

Philadelphia, 23

St. Louis, 22

Arizona, 21

Baltimore, 21

Buffalo, 21

Cleveland, 21

Dallas, 21

Green Bay, 21

Miami, 21

New Orleans, 21

New York Jets, 21

Oakland, 21

San Diego, 21

Seattle, 21

Chicago, 20

Denver, 20

Houston, 20

New York Giants, 20

Detroit, 19

Indianapolis, 19

San Francisco, 19

Tennessee, 19

Washington, 18

Atlanta, 17

Carolina, 17

Cincinnati, 17

New England, 16

Pittsburgh, 15


Packers coaching staff

Head coach

— Mike McCarthy

Offense

— Tom Clements: Offensive coordinator

— Edgar Bennett: Wide Receivers

— James Campen: Offensive Line

— Jerry Fontenot: Tight Ends

— Joel Hilgenberg: Assistant Offensive Line

— Ben McAdoo: Quarterbacks

— John Rushing: Offensive Assistant/Special Teams

— Alex Van Pelt: Running Backs

Defense

— Dom Capers: Defensive Coordinator

— Winston Moss: Assistant Head Coach/Inside Linebackers

— Kevin Greene: Outside Linebackers

— Scott McCurley: Defensive Quality Control

— Darren Perry: Secondary: Safeties

— Mike Trgovac: Defensive Line

— Joe Whitt Jr.: Secondary: Cornerbacks

Special Teams

— Shawn Slocum: Special Teams Coordinator

— Chad Morton: Special Teams Assistant

Strength and Conditioning Staff

— Mark Lovat: Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

— Thadeus Jackson: Strength & Conditioning Assistant

— Zac Woodfin: Strength & Conditioning Assistant


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