The Green Bay Packers have hired former running back Tony Fisher as the community outreach departmentís player/alumni senior coordinator.
Fisher, 33, helped support more than 60 appearances for the community outreach department during his time with the Packers from 2002-05.
Signed as a rookie free agent running back from Notre Dame in 2002, Fisher appeared in 60 career games with the Packers. He rushed for 880 yards and four TDs on 235 carries, and registered 1,059 receiving yards and 5 TDs on 125 receptions.
After his playing career, he spent a number of years coaching football, first as the Euclid (Ohio) High School running backs coach and later as the head of the Greater Cleveland Muny Football Leagueís Tony Fisher Eagles. He also worked in real estate investing.
Heíll report to Cathy Dworak, the Packersí community outreach and player/alumni relations manager. Fisher will also assist with alumni on game-day, and will help coordinate the NFLís Hometown Huddle project, Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-a-thon, Packers Tailgate Tour, Alumni Weekend and the Packers alumni news publication.