Reggie McKenzie is entering his seventh season as director of pro personnel for the Packers. He has been in Green Bay's pro personnel department for 10 years.
A former linebacker, Lillibridge, 32, came to Green Bay after a five-year pro career with six teams in three leagues. In the NFL, he originally signed as a free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995, and has spent time with the Bills (1996), Dolphins (1996-97) and Saints (1998-99). Lillibridge also played for Amsterdam in NFL Europe and played under Packers legend Forrest Gregg with Shreveport (La.) of the CFL.
Lillibridge suffered a career-ending herniated disc injury while making a tackle from his Saints middle linebacker position during training camp in 1999.
Lillibridge started two years and lettered four seasons at Iowa State.