Packers losing as least one assistant coach

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Green Bay Packers will have at least one change on their coaching staff.

Assistant offensive line coach Steve Marshall is expected to join the New York Jets, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.

Marshall spent only one season with the Packers, working as offensive line coach James Campen's assistant. He replaced Joel Hilgenberg, who re-signed last April after three seasons on the Packers' coaching staff.

Marshall, 58, had been in the college ranks from 2009-14. Previously, he had six seasons of NFL experience with the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns.

Earlier this week, the Packers denied the St. Louis Rams permission to interview quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt for their vacant offensive coordinator job. Van Pelt was promoted from running backs coach last offseason and is under contract for the 2015 season. Had Van Pelt's deal been set to expire, the Packers would not have been able to prevent him from interviewing elsewhere.