REPORT: Packers snag Shawn Mennenga as special teams coach

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WSAW) -- According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN, the Packers have filled their special teams coaching position with Vanderbilt's Shawn Mennenga.

Mennenga will replace Ron Zook who was let go earlier this month.

Mennenga spent the 2018 season as the special teams coordinator with Vanderbilt.

Previously, he spent seven years with the Browns as a special teams assistant.

While with the Browns, Cleveland set multiple NFL and franchise records.

In 2016, punter Britton Colquitt set a team net punting average record with 40.3

In 2015, Browns kicker Travis Coons set an NFL record with 18 consecutive field goals made to start a career and punt returner Travis Benjamin finished third in the league in punt return average.

In 2014, the Browns special teams finished second in the NFL in opposing field position on kickoffs.

In 2013, kicker Billy Cundiff set a franchise record with 62 touchbacks on kickoffs.

In 2012, Cleveland's kicker Phil Dawson finished with a 93.5 percent field goal percentage which led the AFC.

Before joining the Browns, Mennenga was a linebackers coach at South Dakota State University where he coached from 2009-10.