Broncos request interview with Packers QBs coach Luke Getsy

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The Broncos appear to be casting a wide net in their search for a new head coach.

Per Tom Pelissero of NFL Media, Denver has put in a request to interview Packers quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator Luke Getsy.

While Getsy coached for several college programs, he’s spent all of his NFL coaching career with the Packers, starting as an offensive quality control coach in 2014. He also served as the club’s receivers coach from 2016-2017 before heading to Mississippi State in 2018 to become its offensive coordinator and receivers coach.

But when Matt LaFleur was hired as head coach in 2019, Getsy came back to the Packers to be their quarterbacks coach. He was promoted to passing game coordinator in 2020.

Getsy isn’t the only member of LaFleur’s staff the Broncos have interest in, as they’ve also requested an interview with Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.

12 responses to “Broncos request interview with Packers QBs coach Luke Getsy

  1. Clearly the Broncos are targeting a trade for Rodgers. Bringing his offensive coaches over so he doesn’t have to learn a new offence is a great idea.

  2. Let them hire either as head coach but Rodgers is going nowhere in 2022 as he knows he is in the perfect fit for him in Green Bay and now he is getting along with management.I have a feeling both coaches will be back with Lefleaur next season also.

  3. 1st question: If we hire you, can you get Rodgers to come with you?
    2nd question: What about Adams?
    3rd question: ahhh, we heard enough, Thanks you

  4. Rodgers is not going anywhere so let’s stop it already, Hackett was interviewed last year by the Falcons with Arod’s blessing and he also vouched for him and Rodgers was never going to the Falcons. Hackett will also interview with the Jags and Bears, who in no way are in the market for Rodgers, the Broncos are trying to fix their offense but something tells me they will go with Dan Quinn because the GM Paton is familiar with him. It will be up to Quinn then to hire the right OC. I personally think the Broncos should stick with an offensive mind so they can develop the QB sorely needed by this franchise.

  5. Rodgers is staying. He knows any team that trades for him better have a ton of cap space for free agents because there will be a dearth of draft picks for his last productive years. He doesn’t want to go to a team who’s simply trying to make the playoffs each year. He wants a situation like Brady has in TB.

  6. cribbage12 says:
    January 11, 2022 at 11:22 am
    Rodgers is staying. He knows any team that trades for him better have a ton of cap space for free agents because there will be a dearth of draft picks for his last productive years. He doesn’t want to go to a team who’s simply trying to make the playoffs each year. He wants a situation like Brady has in TB

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    You just described the Broncos. $43M in cap space. Solid defence. Three receivers who have proven they can be great with adequate QB play. Two 900 yard rushers at RB. The only thing missing is a QB. This is literally the exact same situation as Brady going to Tampa.

  7. mikebel11 says:
    January 11, 2022 at 12:45 pm
    You just described the Broncos. $43M in cap space. Solid defence. Three receivers who have proven they can be great with adequate QB play. Two 900 yard rushers at RB. The only thing missing is a QB. This is literally the exact same situation as Brady going to Tampa.

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    Gordon is a FA and they are not going to sign him, Williams will be the guy. The team also has a HUGE ownership question to answer which is hamper their search for a new QB AND Coach IMHO, to much uncertainty in Denver, why would Rodgers leave GB, when he has already proved that Love (his supposed successor) was a mistake.

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