The Green Bay Packers have plenty of offseason problems that need to be addressed and they won’t be the ones that are able to make all of them. One decision they did make was to promote offensive line coach and run game coordinator Adam Stenavich to offensive coordinator. The decision came quickly after Nathaniel Hackett left the team to become the new Head Coach for the Denver Broncos. There are still plenty of questions about the Packers’ offense heading into the offseason.
#Packers promote Adam Stenavich to offensive coordinator#GoPackGo https://t.co/Y7cbIsw440
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) January 31, 2022
“I think he’s got a future above offensive line coach for sure”
Here is what Aaron Rodgers said about the new Packers’ offensive coordinator Adam Stenavich after their week four win over the Steelers.
— Noah Manderfeld WSAW (@ManderfeldNoah) January 30, 2022
While speculating on the future of Aaron Rodgers is hard it is telling that the Packers promoted someone that was so heavily involved with the team’s running game. Adam Stenavich would be an ideal offensive coordinator for a post-Aaron Rodgers Green Bay roster. In that scenario, Aaron Jones would easily become the most important player on the roster with Jordan Love at quarterback.
Official official. As Adam Stenovich is the #Packers new offensive coordinator pic.twitter.com/CsCLP2qZXI
— Lance Allan (@lanceallan) January 31, 2022
There was some speculation that Nathaniel Hackett would bring Adam Stenovich with him to Denver to serve as his offensive coordinator. Green Bay had a similar thought process and made the move to retain the talent they had within their coaching staff. Major offseason questions remain for the Green Bay Packers, but now the offense has some stability within the coaching staff. Now, what will Aaron Rodgers do this offseason?