Green Bay Packers safeties coach Darren Perry is to interview with the Houston Texans. Also, more Packers news inside the Packers News Report.
The Packers‘ coaching shakeup isn’t done yet.
They could be about to lose safeties coach Darren Perry, too.
Perry, who has been the safeties coach in Green Bay since 2009, will interview for the same position with the Houston Texans.
Looking ahead to the 2018 NFL Draft, and new general manager Brian Gutekunst could have four compensatory picks to work with. More on that in a moment.
Will one of those selections be used on a tight end? It’s become one of the team’s top needs on offense once again. Will Gutekunst use free agency to address the position, or will the answer come in the draft?
Packers news and notes from around FanSided
Packers could land four compensatory draft picks [Lombardi Ave]
After losing T.J. Lang, Micah Hyde, Jared Cook and JC Tretter in free agency a year ago, Green Bay is in line to land four compensatory picks in April’s draft. Brian Gutekunst could have plenty of picks to work with, which could help in potential trade negotiations.
2018 NFL Draft will be the answer at tight end [NFL Spin Zone – Hunter Noll]
Tight end is once again a need. After letting Jared Cook walk, the Martellus Bennett era proved to be short lived, and Lance Kendricks was disappointing. Richard Rodgers is a free agent too. Hunter Noll of NFL Spin Zone believes the answer is in the draft.
Five players Green Bay should target in free agency [Lombardi Ave]
Kyle Hoffenbecker takes an early look at free agency. Who could Green Bay target? Hoffenbecker lists five players to watch when they hit the open market in March.
More Packers news and notes from around the internet
Safeties coach Darren Perry interviewing with Texans [Packers Wire – Zach Kruse]
Packers poised for free-agency foray [PackersNews.com – Pete Dougherty]
Corey Linsley shows his worth one snap at a time all the way to 1,047 [ESPN – Rob Demovsky]
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