Matt Maiocco with NBC Sports is reporting that the Packers have hired Adam Stenavich away from the the 49ers to become offensive line coach as a replacement for James Campen:
— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoNBCS) January 18, 2019
This transition is a promotion for Stenavich as he was previously the assistant offensive line coach while with the 49ers. Stenavich will have his work cut out for him with the Packers as they ranked third last year in sacks allowed. On the other hand, he and new OC Nathaniel Hackett both have a strong RB in Aaron Jones at their disposal. Stenavich is yet another disciple of Kyle Shanahan to join the Packers’ coaching staff. He is replacing James Campen who went to the Cleveland Browns.
During his college career as a player, Stenavich won the Hugh R. Rader Jr. Memorial Award as Michigan’s top offensive lineman in 2005. Undrafted after his run with Michigan, Stenavich was briefly with the Carolina Panthers and then in the Packers practice squad in 2006.