Packers promote Patrick Moore in player personnel department

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The Green Bay Packers completed a pair of promotions in their player personnel department on Thursday.

The team promoted Patrick Moore from college scout to assistant director of college scouting and Chad Brinker from assistant director of pro scouting/salary cap analyst to personnel/football administrative executive.

Moore, who previously spent five years as a scout with the Cleveland Browns and years in the college ranks as a coach, has been with the Packers as an area scout since 2018. He scouted the southeast region for general manager Brian Gutekunst over the last three years. In his new role, Moore will work directly under Matt Malaspina, the current director of college scouting.

Jim Nagy, who now runs the Senior Bowl, passed along this message about Moore, whom he called one of the “best evaluators and communicators” in the NFL:

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Brinker, a former NFL running back, first joined the Packers in 2010 as a scouting assistant. He was promoted to pro scout in 2012. Brinker, who is entering his 12th season in Green Bay’s personnel department, will work under Richmond Williams, the director of pro personnel.