With the Matt LaFleur era officially underway in Green Bay, the Packers have slowly but surely been filling out the coaching staff that will be working with the team in 2019.

On Thursday, LaFleur named two more hires to his staff in Luke Butkus, who will take over as the assistant offensive line coach, and Rayna Stewart, who will be the new special teams quality control coach.

After 13 seasons with the team, the Packers finally decided to move on from former head coach Mike McCarthy mid-way through last season. The team now has to find a new identity under a rookie head coach, and that all starts with the coaching staff.

The Packers have finished the last two seasons with losing records, and have wasted away some of Aaron Rodgers' prime years. But next season could be quite different.

Under a new head coach with three of the top 44 picks in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft and roughly $40 million in cap space, the Packers could see a quick turnaround next season.