GREEN BAY, Wis. — Two new coaches are on their way to Titletown.
The Packers have reportedly hired Marshfield, WI native Adam Stenavich as the new offensive line coach. Stenavich comes to Green Bay after two seasons as the assistant offensive line coach with the San Fransisco 49ers. Stenavich is a former member of the Packers practice squad in 2006.
The team also reportedly hired former Washington Redskins linebacker coach Kirk Olivadotti to serve in the same role. The long-time coach worked with Packers new head coach Matt LaFleur in 2010 on the Redskins staff. Olivadotti worked in the Washington organization for 16 years, serving primarily as a linebacker coach. He left briefly for a defensive assistant role with the University of Georgia before returning to the NFL in 2014.