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Tagged: Matt LaFleur (6 Results)

Jan
15

Packers to hire Hackett as OC

Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur is planning to hire former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett to fill the same role for the Packers. Hackett called plays in Jacksonville but he is not expected to have those duties with the Packers because LaFleur plans to do it.

Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette

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Jan
9

McDaniels standing Pat

New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is staying with the Patriots, confirming his intention to remain with the team on Tuesday. McDaniels did interview for the Packers head coaching job, but Green Bay hired Tennessee offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur on Tuesday.

Source: Boston Globe

Around the NFL: Packers gamble on LaFleur

The Packers are handing the reins of the franchise to Matt LaFleur. I don’t get it. I suppose he must have really impressed them in the interview, but I thought he was underwhelming last year as the offensive coordinator in Tennessee.  more »

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Jan
8

Packers find new coach

The Green Bay Packers are planning to hire Tennessee offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur to take over the team as head coach. LaFleur, 39, was selected ahead of nine other candidates to replace fired coach Mike McCarthy. The team is expected to make an official announcement once LaFleur signs a contract.

Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette

Jan
31

Titans name new offensive coordinator

A day after luring former Baltimore defensive coordinator Dean Pees out of retirement to lead the Tennessee defense, the Titans are now set at offensive coordinator as well. Tennessee named former Los Angeles Rams offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur to the same position with the Titans.

Source: Tennessean

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