Packers make offer to new head coach, ESPN and other outlets reporting

Green Bay (WQOW) – The Green Bay Packers have found their guy to replace Mike McCarthy and return the Packers back to the playoffs.

Credit: Tennessee Titans

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting the Packers have offered the head job to Tennessee Titans Offensive Coordinator Matt LaFleur.

The NFL Network reported the same news just minutes after ESPN did.

LaFleur was the offensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams in 2017 before taking the same job in Tennessee.

Schefter said the Packers have told other candidates they interviewed – like other front runners Josh McDaniels and Adam Gase that they are out of the running.

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