Chad Morton, who earned a Super Bowl ring as an assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers in 2011, reportedly won't be retained in 2014.
Without confirmation from the team, that could mean that Morton's contract has expired and the Packers simply chose not to extend.
According to Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Press-Gazette:
The Packers special teams units slipped from 12th in 2012 to 20th in 2013 in the Dallas Morning News’ annual rankings, which takes into account 22 different statistical categories.
The Packers ranked last in the NFL in opponents’ average starting position following kickoffs (25.6-yard line) and were 30th in kickoff return average (20.3). On coverage units, the Packers ranked 29th on kickoffs and punts.
Also included in the report, assistant strength and conditioning coach Zac Woodfin has also left to become the head strength coach at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, his alma mater.
With the most recent subtractions from the coaching staff, the Packers now have four vacant positions after quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo left to become the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants and Kevin Greene left the team to spend more time with his family.
It's already been reported that former running backs coach Alex Van Pelt will shift to quarterbacks in 2014.