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-- For the first time in 13 years, the Green Bay Packers are on the hunt for a new head coach.

Don't expect any staff changes in Green Bay -- yet.

The Packers head coach has made several moves in finalizing his new staff. 

When the Green Bay Packers 2015-16 season finally comes to a close –hopefully in February - look for significant coaching changes at 1265 Lombardi Avenue.

Pete Moris, a 17-year public relations veteran of the NFL, shares his thoughts on Packers coaches he's worked with.

Cheesehead TV provides a curated collection of reports and reaction to changes on the organizational front.

Head coach Mike McCarthy and select assistants will meet with the media starting at noon CT on Thursday.

Montgomery was formerly the Sooners' co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach.

Following reaction to coaching changes on the Packers staff, we get to our interview former Packers wide receiver Charles Johnson.

According to reports, Tom Clements will take over play calling and Edgar Bennett will be promoted to offensive coordinator.

Assistant offensive line coach Joel Hilgenberg joins Kevin Greene among those that have stepped down in 2014.

Newly signed coaches like Ron Zook and Sam Gash will meet the media for the first time on Monday in Green Bay.

The former head coach at Florida and Illinois will reportedly fill the spot open for assistant special teams coach.

Mike McCarthy gets a 'B-' and Dom Capers gets a 'D' in our annual report card grades. Find out what the rest of the coordinators and the specialists got inside.

We react to the news that the Packers had hired running backs coach Alex Van Pelt as the news was released in real time.

The Packers have reportedly interviewed Notre Dame assistant coach Tony Alford, who has coached wide receivers and running backs at the college level.

We talk about the Packers retaining most of the coaching staff and about what's going on at the Senior Bowl.

The Packers quarterbacks coach reportedly sent his resume to the six-member search committee in charge of finding Joe Paterno's replacement.

Packers coaches have plenty of tape to point to this week if it looks like complacency is setting in with their 6-0 team.