The final step of the coaching changes in Green Bay is complete, as the Packers say that a longtime secondary coach will be leaving for a new role outside Green Bay.
The Packers say that Darren Perry, who has coached the Packers' safeties since 2009, will move on to a new job.
“I want to thank Darren and his wife Errika for their dedication to the Packers over the last nine years,” Coach Mike McCarthy said. “We wish Darren and his family all the best moving forward.”
In Perry's nine years with the Packers, he has helped develop safeties like Nick Collins, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix and Morgan Burnett to various Pro Bowl or All-Pro teams.