Packers keeping Adam Stenavich, whom Broncos had interest in interviewing

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The Packers are prepared to lose quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Luke Getsy to the Bears, but they are holding onto another of their offensive assistants.

The Broncos sought to interview Packers offensive coordinator/run game coordinator Adam Stenavich for their offensive coodinator job, Mike Klis of 9News reports, but Stenavich is staying in Green Bay.

The Packers could not block Stenavich from interviewing since the job was a promotion, so they have either promised him the offensive coordinator job in Green Bay and/or have given him a raise to decline the Broncos’ request.

The Packers lost offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett earlier this week as he left to become head coach of the Broncos. Now, Getsy could leave to join Matt Eberflus’ staff in Chicago.

It would give Getsy a chance to call the plays, something head coach Matt LaFleur does in Green Bay.

NFL Media reports that LaFleur wants to interview Chargers tight ends coach Kevin Koger, a former quality control assistant under LaFleur, and Eagles quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson for the offensive coordinator position.

16 responses to “Packers keeping Adam Stenavich, whom Broncos had interest in interviewing

  1. philmccracken says:
    January 28, 2022 at 7:57 pm
    Smart move.

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    You are still alive. Still bragging now? Didn’t think we’d hear from you until August. Hahaha

  2. So Getsy is going to Chicago so he can call plays, which Hackett plans to do in Denver. Makes sense. But what doesn’t make sense is to pay Stenavich to not take the OC job in Denver, but then look at not just one but two others to be Packers OC instead of Stenavich. Why would Stenavich remain O-line coach, not calling plays when he could make the same money and be OC, not calling plays?

  3. Get rid of Rodgers. Start there. Any other personnel move is fine, just dump Rodgers. No rebuild required. This is a good team. The leader is a ten-year postseason loser and a self-centered liar. Cut him loose.

  4. So I have a done a 180 and think we should trade #12 to Denver and let Hackett deal with all the drama and media that comes with him, get as much as you can for him, just smile, say thank you and walk away. It’s time.

  5. If Brady retires this week, Rodgers is likely to play at least one more season. He won’t want to have his own farewell be the second biggest one of the year. Then “all” he has to do is decide where his best chance to win next year will be. That will be very, very interesting.

  6. So Stenavich is getting the OC job and Koger and Johnson will get sham interviews to comply with the Rooney rule.

  7. What about the defensive coach? The packer’s defense has been awful for years. Aaron spends his time catching up score wise every time he returns to the field because the defense lets the other team just run right down the field. Let’s fix that side of things as well please.

  8. “What about the defensive coach? The packer’s defense has been awful for years. Aaron spends his time catching up”

    Yeah, that awful defense gave up all of six points to SF. How could we expect Rodgers to win?

  9. I was thinking Hackett would bring Getsy to Denver as his OC.
    That would have been another piece in the puzzle for a Rodgers trade to Denver. Rodgers is a big fan of Getsy.

  10. Just like every other coach and assistant that were lucky enough to coach a HOF QB, none of these guys will look half as smart once they no longer coach said HOF QB. They trade Rodgers and it won’t matter if the reincarnate Bill Walsh instead of hiring that Chargers TE coach.

  11. stellarperformance says:
    January 28, 2022 at 11:22 pm
    Get rid of Rodgers. Start there. Any other personnel move is fine, just dump Rodgers. No rebuild required. This is a good team. The leader is a ten-year postseason loser and a self-centered liar. Cut him loose.

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    Any chance Rodgers was/is still feeling the affects of last year’s playoff loss. While Rodgers was having an MVP season, the coach thought his team’s best chance to win was to take the ball out of his hands, give it to Tom Brady and hope the D could get it back. Sometimes those types of catastrophic blunders can have long lasting effects. To me it looked like Rodgers played the 49ers game like a QB who “was looking over his shoulder”. Hopefully LaFleur “handles” Love better than he did his HOF MVP QB.

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