By BOB McGINN
When Mike McCarthy assembled his first coaching staff in Green Bay he surrounded himself with coaches that were highly familiar to him.
His successor, Matt LaFleur, didn’t.
In a fascinating about-face, the 39-year-old LaFleur hired just two assistant coaches with whom he had previously worked whereas McCarthy, who was 42 in 2006, brought on board 12 assistant coaches with whom he had once worked.
LaFleur has 16 years of coaching experience, including 10 in the NFL for five different teams. He’s been around.
Yet, when LaFleur completed his club-record 24-man coachi...
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