A report says the Green Bay Packers have a new tight ends coach.
Alex Marvez of Fox Sports says that the team has chosen Brian Angelichio to take over the role vacated when the team let Jerry Fontenot go this week.
In 2015, Browns tight ends caught more than 1,100 yards in passes.
Packers Richard Rodgers and Andrew Quarless produced less than half that amount.
Green Bay still must find a replacement for running backs coach Sam Gash.