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  • Tue., Sep. 02, 2014 11:30 AM - 11:45 AM CDT Live McCarthy press conf. Head Coach Mike McCarthy will be available to the media in the Lambeau Field media auditorium.
  • Thu., Sep. 04, 2014 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM CDT Packers at Seattle Seahawks Packers at Seattle Seahawks
  • Fri., Sep. 05, 2014 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT Jared Abbrederis appearance Packers WR Jared Abbrederis is scheduled to make an appearance at PBIS Sunrise School in Appleton, Wis., on Friday, September 5, from 2-3 p.m.
  • Tue., Sep. 09, 2014 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT Brandon Bostick appearance Brandon Bostick is scheduled to appear at Walmart (located at 2440 W. Mason Street, Green Bay) on Tuesday, September 9, from 5-7 p.m.
  • Sun., Sep. 14, 2014 11:25 AM - 3:25 PM CDT Coats for Kids collection Coats for Kids collection
  • Sun., Sep. 14, 2014 3:25 PM - 6:30 PM CDT Packers vs. New York Jets Packers vs. New York Jets

Team

  • Named director - football operations May 27, 2008. First joined Packers in 1994 as a pro personnel assistant; promoted to director of pro personnel in 1997.
  • A 10th-round pick from Tennessee in 1985, he enjoyed a seven-year playing career as a linebacker, suiting up for the then-Los Angeles Raiders (1985-88), the then-Phoenix Cardinals (1989-90) and San Francisco 49ers (1992). Also played the 1992 season with the Montreal Machine of the then-World League of American Football.
  • Twin brother, Raleigh, also attended Tennessee and enjoyed a 16-year NFL career, including two seasons in Green Bay (1999-2000).
  • President of the 'McKenzie Foundation,' a non-profit youth foundation in Knoxville.
  • A two-way star as a prep at Austin East High School in Knoxville, was valedictorian of his 1981 graduating class.
 
Reggie McKenzie
Director - Football Operations

Reggie McKenzie enters his 24th year in the NFL and his 17th season as a member of the Packers' personnel department. Since he joined the team's front office in 1994, Green Bay's 160 regular-season wins over that period ranks tied for second most with Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, trailing only New England (166). Also in McKenzie's tenure, the Packers have captured seven division titles, two conference championships and Super Bowl XXXI.

A former player, coach and now personnel executive, McKenzie oversees Green Bay's scouting efforts of all professional football leagues, including the NFL, CFL, Arena Football League, as well as all other pro leagues and international players. He also plays an integral role in judging the Packers' current players and evaluating potential free agents across the league. McKenzie is heavily involved in all of the team's moves on a daily basis, including all tryouts and transactions.

During the season, McKenzie provides advanced scouting reports on upcoming opponents, working closely with Head Coach Mike McCarthy and his staff. He also contributes to the scouting of college prospects, making school visits in both the fall and spring, and works in conjunction with General Manager Ted Thompson in preparation for the annual draft.

He was promoted to director - football operations in 2008 after serving 10 years as the Packers' director of pro personnel. A former NFL linebacker for seven seasons (1985-90, 1992), the 47-year-old McKenzie had been promoted to director of pro personnel by then-Executive Vice President/General Manager Ron Wolf in May of 1997 after originally joining the Packers as a pro personnel assistant in 1994.

Chosen by Wolf as a 10th-round selection out of the University of Tennessee in 1985 by the then-Los Angeles Raiders, McKenzie became an immediate starter on defense and went on to win all-rookie honors. After four years (1985-88) with the Raiders, McKenzie spent two seasons (1989-90) with the then-Phoenix Cardinals and one year (1992) with the San Francisco 49ers.

Prior to signing with the 49ers, he played with the World League's Montreal Machine in the spring of 1992. While out of football in 1991, McKenzie spent a season as a defensive coach for Dorsey High School in south central Los Angeles.

In 1993, McKenzie returned to Tennessee and served as an assistant under head coach Philip Fulmer. That year, the Volunteers appeared in the Florida Citrus Bowl and landed one of the nation's top recruiting classes, highlighted by QB Peyton Manning. While back in Knoxville, McKenzie also pursued a master's degree in education administration.

Born in Knoxville, Tenn., McKenzie earned a bachelor's degree in business administration with an emphasis in personnel management at Tennessee. A two-way football star at Austin East High School in Knoxville, McKenzie was valedictorian of his 1981 graduating class. His twin brother, Raleigh, also attended Tennessee and enjoyed a 16-year NFL career, including two seasons with Green Bay (1999-2000), before he retired in 2001.

McKenzie and his wife, June, a Green Bay attorney, have two daughters, Jasmin, 18, and Mahkayla, 17, and two sons, Reginald Kahlil, 13, and Jalen Elijah, 11. In his spare time, McKenzie enjoys spending time with his family and assisting with youth sports in the Green Bay area.