The Packers announced the addition of offensive assistants
Yes, this is weird. Because yes, he is related to the Bears Hall of Famer.
2019 Packers Coaching Changes
Mennenga’s old boss is now a coworker, and there’s another clear link between the new coordinator and Packers head coach Matt LaFleur.
Mennenga has lengthy experience as an NFL special teams assistant.
The former NFL receiver is making the rounds, presumably as a candidate to coach the team’s wide receivers or special teams.
The former NFL linebacker played for his new boss Mike Pettine in Baltimore.
Quinn led some very good and some very bad special teams units with the Giants over the last decade.
The Packers have announced the hiring of inside-linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti, tight-ends coach Justin Outten, and O-line coach Adam Stenavich.
Green Bay’s first-year General Manager has led a whirlwind of change, but has done so with Mark Murphy according to many of Ron Wolf’s guidelines in The Packer Way.
The Packers lured Luke Getsy back to Green Bay after a single season as Mississippi State’s offensive coordinator.
The long-time Washington assistant is headed to Green Bay.
The Wisconsin native and former Kyle Shanahan assistant gets a new title in Green Bay and a chance to coach close to home.
After one year as Mississippi State’s offensive coordinator, it’s unclear if Getsy would return — or what job the Packers even have in mind for him.
Green Bay has an interview lined up with one of these two men, while the connections are clear between Matt LaFleur and each of them.
Before coaching Aaron Rodgers this season, Kyle Orton might be the best QB Hackett has ever had under his tutelage.
New Packers head coach Matt LaFleur has tabbed former Jaguars assistant Nathaniel Hackett as his new offensive coordinator.
With no external hires aboard yet, the new head coach has plenty of positions to fill.
In a bit of a surprise, the Packers’ longest-tenured defensive assistant is now out of a job.
This would be a home-run hire if Matt LaFleur can bring the former Bucs’ OC to Green Bay.
The Packers will have some continuity on defense this offseason.
It looks like there’s a good chance Hackett could be Matt LaFleur’s first coordinator hire.
With most or all of Matt LaFleur’s top OC candidates apparently off the table, the Packers’ new head coach might do well to emulate Matt Nagy’s approach to picking his top offensive assistant.
While some fans have accused Aaron Rodgers of having too much influence with the Packers, the team was smart in how they included him in the coaching search.
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Look for more production from Aaron Jones (and possibly Jamaal Williams) in the passing game in 2019.
A coordinator and position coach under some of the most respected minds in the league, LaFleur must now construct his own legacy.
There is plenty for the new coach to do before players report for offseason workouts, and it begins immediately.
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The former Titans OC appears to be the pick for Mark Murphy and Brian Gutekunst.
The Packers’ initial interview with Josh McDaniels apparently went well, and he remains in the running to become the team’s head-coaching vacancy.