During the first few weeks of the NFL offseason, Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has been quite active in the coaching carousel, making significant adjustments in positions of authority.
Having recently hired a new defensive coordinator, the coaching staff of the Packers is currently in the process of hiring one of the most accomplished position coaches in the sport of football.
Following the dismissal of Joe Barry as defensive coordinator, Green Bay went through an extensive search for a replacement defensive play-caller that they could hire.
Following the failure of the Green Bay Packers to get Ejiro Evero and Zach Orr's refusal to accept Green Bay's offer for a promotion with the Baltimore Ravens, LaFleur was able to successfully acquire his next target.
Now, just a few days after formally signing Jeff Hafley, the coach at Boston College, to be the new defensive coordinator,
the coaching staff of the Packers is apparently getting even stronger with the addition of a linebackers coach who has the potential to be a game-changer for Quay Walker and Isaiah McDuffie.
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Anthony Campanile, the linebackers coach for the Miami Dolphins, will be joining Green Bay following his departure from the Dolphins.
It is interesting to note that the Packers and Dolphins are basically exchanging coaches, with Joe Barry moving to Miami to take up the identical position that Campanile would have held.