With offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett on board, Green Bay Packers chief coach Matt Lafler paid much attention this week to fill the free position of the coach. James Campen's departure for Cleveland – followed on Friday afternoon by an assistant coach of Jeff Blask, who joined his old Browns boss – left the packets looking for his replacement.
Obviously, the team has established itself as one of the first leaders. According to Matt Mayo of NBC Sports Packers hire Adam Stevanic as his next coach on the offensive. Stevanovic was one of the two who was confirmed to be interviewed, and former coach of Bengalles O.L. Frank Pollack is the other.
This is an interesting choice for Packers, given that several reputable veteran coaches have become available this season. So far, Stevanic has served as an assistant coach for the NFL offensive so far in his career, compared to other people (including Pollack) who have five years of experience or more in the work of a senior coach.
Kyle Shannan the relationship between Stenavic and Lafler certainly played a role in hiring him. Stevanovic was the coach of the 49th assistant policeman, and Lafler needed the permission of Shanhan to interview him for the job. Although Shanahan refused to allow two other assailants to interview Mike McDaniel's packer attacker Mike McFarlane and Mike LaFleur, Matt's brother, the fact that this is an upward move for Stenavich is certainly the reason Shanahan has allowed him to pursue
As mentioned above, former coach of Opa Jay Blaskos moved to Cleveland to take the same position with Browns . Packers saw another assistant assassin get a new job on Friday, as Jim Hosterler passage coordinator agreed to become a great successor to Carolina Pants.