The Green Bay Packers named David Raih wide receivers coach on Jan. 24, 2018.

Raih (RYE) has been with the Packers for the past four seasons, spending 2014-15 as a coaching administrator, 2016 as assistant offensive line coach and last season as offensive perimeter coach. In 2017, Green Bay was one of six teams to have three or more players with 50-plus receptions and four-plus receiving touchdowns, and was the only team where at least three of the players were wide receivers. In 2016, Rye assisted with a line that helped the Packers rank in the top 10 in the NFL in numerous categories, including points per game (No. 4, 27.0,), yards per game (No. 8, 368.8), passing yards per game (No. 7, 262.4) and yards per carry (No. 7, 4.55). Before joining Green Bay, he spent 2013 at Texas Tech as the director of high school relations before being promoted to outside receivers coach. The former Iowa quarterback (1999-2003) coached at his alma mater as a graduate assistant, working with the offensive line in 2010-11 and the tight ends in 2012. Raih started his coaching career as an intern for the UCLA football program, working with quarterbacks in 2008 and tight ends in 2009.