Packers Not Expected To Hire Brayden Coombs As Special Teams Coordinator, Despite Report



Alex Marvez is now reporting that there’s no agreement in place between the Packers and Bengals assistant Brayden Coombs.

Rob Demovsky reports that Coombs will not be the next the Packers special teams coordinator and isn’t expected to join Matt LaFleur’s staff.

Alex Marvez reports that the Packers are expected to hire Bengals assistant Brayden Coombs as their new special teams coordinator, replacing Ron Zook.

Earlier in the week, Jim Owczarski mentioned that Coombs was on the Packers’ radar as a potential addition to Matt LaFleur’s staff in Green Bay.

Coombs was hired by the Bengals back in 2009 as a coaching intern before being promoted to coaching assistant the following year. He contributed to the Bengals’ defensive staff and focused on defensive backs before moving to the offensive side of the ball in 2012 and focusing on wide receivers.

From there, the Bengals made Coombs assistant special teams coach in 2013 and he later assisting the coaching of cornerbacks in 2016.

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