The Packers are ready to lose quarterback coach / pass coordinator Luke Getsy to the Bears, but they are holding on to another of their offensive assistants.
The Broncos sought to interview Packers' offensive coordinator / running game coordinator Adam Stenavich for their offensive coordinator job, reports Mike Klis of 9News, but Stenavich stays in Green Bay.
The Packers could not block Stenavich from interviewing as the job was a promotion, so they have either promised him the offensive coordinator job at Green Bay and / or given him a pay raise to turn down the Broncos' request.
The Packers lost offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett earlier this week as he traveled to become the Broncos' head coach. Now Getsy could leave to join Matt Eberflus' staff in Chicago.
That would give Getsy a chance to call the plays something head coach Matt LaFleur does in Green Bay.
NFL Media reports that LaFleur wants to interview Charger's tight-ends coach Kevin Koger, a former quality control assistant under LaFleur, and Eagles quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson to the offensive coordinator position.