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After being sacked in 2022 as the defensive backs coach and passing game coordinator for the Detroit Lions, former Packers coach and current assistant head coach of the Rams Aubrey Pleasant quickly found employment. The former Wisconsin Badger safety was added to the coaching staff of the Green

Bay Packers almost immediately. Pleasant had coached with then-defensive coordinator Joe Barry at both stops, in addition to working with Packers head coach Matt LaFleur while with the Los Angeles Rams and Washington Redskins.In his official role as an analyst, Pleasant was brought to the Green Bay coaching staff with the goal of helping the Packers exploit the defenses of their opponents.
He was rehired by Sean McVay after serving as the defensive backs coach and passing game coordinator following a half-season on the previous squad.

Ian Rapoport revealed on Thursday that Pleasant’s position was expanded by the Rams to include the title of “assistant head coach.” Pleasant, who had previously interviewed to become the defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings in previous seasons, was one of two internal options that the Rams interviewed for their opening, since Raheem Morris left Los Angeles to take a position as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons this offseason.

Chris Shula, a former Los Angeles linebackers coach, was hired in the end, although Pleasant will benefit from his new position as assistant head coach.

The Rams think Pleasant will be a head coaching contender someday, according to Rapoport. McVay has already expressed his opinions about the potential of his coaches, most notably that Morris ought to be given another chance to lead a team after the two lived together in Los Angeles.

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