NFL: Adam Stenavich named Packers offensive coordinator
GREEN BAY, Wis. –The Green Bay Packers named offensive line coach Adam Stenavich as offensive coordinator on Monday.
The position had been vacant since the departure of Nathaniel Hackett, who was hired as head coach by the Denver Broncos.
Stenavich has led the Packers’ offensive line in all three seasons since Matt LaFleur took over as head coach, and has helped his unit deal with numerous injuries.
He also held the position of ground attack coordinator since this season.
The Packers have finished first in the National Conference standings the past two seasons. The team lost 13-10 to the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of playoffs this season, which deprived them of a third consecutive appearance in the conference final.
The Green Bay squad finished first in the NFL in average time of possession in 2021. They ranked eighth in average yards gained per game (5.8) as well as 10th in average of points per game (25.6).
Prior to joining the Packers, Stenavich served as an assistant offensive line coach for the 49ers from 2017 to 2018.