Ex-Packers outside linebackers coach Mike Smith lists his Green Bay house for $749,900
GREEN BAY – Former Green Bay Packers outside linebackers coach Michael Smith listed his house at 2636 Good Shepherd Lane for $749,900.
Smith now is outside linebackers coach and pass rush specialist for the Minnesota Vikings.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom house is 5,807 square feet on .66 acres in northwest Green Bay, near Pamperin Park and Oneida Golf and Country Club.
The house includes a chef's kitchen with Bosch cooktop, a walk-in pantry, a primary bedroom suite with a spa-like master bath, dual walk-in closets and two sitting areas, and a children's playroom with a built-in castle.
It also has a 62-foot by 26-foot heated garage with an enclosed workshop, a theatre room with built-in risers, including furniture and all sound and screen components, and an extra large mudroom with lockers. Outdoor features include a fenced-in double lot with patio, a playset and a custom-built treehouse with a zipline.
Smith bought the house in March 2019 for $525,000, according to Brown County real estate records. The listing says an additional $150,000 was invested in the property.
Christine Degen of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group is the listing agent.
Smith was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2005 and played three years before injuries ended his career. He began his coaching career with the University of Hawaii in 2009, and joined the Packers staff in 2019, after three years with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Packers released Smith from his contract at his request, after which he rejoined former Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, who is assistant head coach for the Vikings.
Others departing the Packers staff include new Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who was Green Bay's offensive coordinator last season, and tight ends coach Justin Outten, who Hackett picked to be the Broncos' offensive coordinator.
Also no longer with the Packers are, Maurice Drayton, who was dismissed as Packers' special teams coach after the divisional round playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers, and quarterbacks coach Luke Getsy, now the offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears.