Packer has a new coaching staff, but that doesn’t mean he’s making major changes.
The Packers coach was asked about the status of his new coaching team Thursday, and he was asked a number of questions, including the fact that the NFL’s rule changes that will affect teams are being phased in over the next three years.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, who has been in charge of the team for two years, has been out of the job for two months.
But Packer said that he is in favor of a full transition to a new staff.
“I think we need to be looking at every change and make sure we are looking at all the things,” he said.
“We are going to look at what the best approach is.
That will come out in the next couple of months, hopefully.”
Packers general manager Ted Thompson is also expected to announce his new staff for the first time on Tuesday.
McCarthy was in a busy period after he was fired by the Bears, with new general manager Ryan Pace coming in to take over for him.
Thompson, who spent the first four seasons of his tenure with the Packers under McCarthy, was not asked about any changes.
He said he was happy with the staff he assembled.