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Check out the Complete 2019 Green Bay Packers Schedule

The 2019 NFL Schedule is out – and Packers fans you can start to look at what trips you want to take and days off as well!

Here it is – the complete 2019 Packers slate!

Sept. 5 at Chicago Bears (Thu) 8:20
Sept. 15 Minnesota Vikings 1:00
Sept. 22 Denver Broncos 1:00
Sept. 26 Philadelphia Eagles (Thu) 8:20
Oct. 6 at Dallas Cowboys 4:25
Oct. 14 Detroit Lions (Mon) 8:15
Oct. 20 Oakland Raiders 1:00
Oct. 27 at Kansas City Chiefs* 8:20
Nov. 3 at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25
Nov. 10 Carolina Panthers 1:00
Nov. 24 at San Francisco 49ers 4:25
Dec. 1 at New York Giants 1:00
Dec. 8 Washington Redskins 1:00
Dec. 15 Chicago Bears 1:00
Dec. 23 at Minnesota Vikings (Mon) 8:15
Dec. 29 at Detroit Lions 1:00

Could Aaron Rodgers Talk Jordy Nelson Into Coming Out of Retirement?

Fomer Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson announced his retirement from the NFL after 10 seasons earlier this offseason, but could be swayed if there’s a call made by a certain Packer quarterback to come back.

During an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday, Nelson said, “it probably would be hard to say no” if Aaron Rodgers called him and asked him to un-retire and play for the Packers in 2019.

It would be amazing if Nelson would return, but then again clearly he’s not the same player that he was before he tore his ACL.

Nelson caught 550 passes for 7,848 yards and 69 touchdowns in his first run with the Packers before he left for a forgettable season with the Oakland Raiders.

He will turn 34 years old later this offseason.

Packers GM Mark Murphy Feels QB Aaron Rodgers Will Adjust to New Staff

For all but the last four games of the 2018 season, Aaron Rodgers‘ entire tenure as the Packers’ starting quarterback came under one head coach, Mike McCarthy.

After four games under interim coach Joe Philbin, Rodgers will begin this coming season with Matt LaFleur as his new coach.

How Rodgers reacts to the first-time head coach could dictate his level of success.

“He has to embrace it,” Packers president Mark Murphy told Rob Demovsky of ESPN on Tuesday at the NFL combine. “And I think he is. I hope he adapts well. I’m excited. I know he’s excited. I’ve had some discussions with him.”

Rodgers has not spoken publicly since Murphy hired LaFleur, the former Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator, on Jan. 7. Rodgers also hasn’t met in person with his new coach, either. But they’ve had several conversations, according to Murphy, since their initial phone call on the day LaFleur was offered the job.

Rodgers’ relationship with McCarthy became a point of speculation last season, when McCarthy was fired with four games left in his 13th season as head coach. Their partnership appeared to sour for good when Rodgers bashed the Packers’ offense after their 22-0 win over the Bills in late September.

The day after McCarthy was fired in December, Rodgers was asked if he thought he had anything to do with McCarthy’s dismissal and said: “I hope that’s not the reason.”

Murphy acknowledged that Rodgers needs to buy in to LaFleur’s coaching and the changes he plans to implement on offense, especially because at age 35, Rodgers’ window to win another Super Bowl might be starting to close.

“He’s driven,” Murphy said. “He wants to win championships, and I think he knows that he’s got only so many years left. I’m excited. I think he and Matt, I think that relationship is going to be crucial. He’s the head coach, but he’s the playcaller.”

“There’s no question, with as much change as we have, there’s going to be an adjustment, but I’m optimistic,” Murphy said. “I think we’ll see improvement.”

Packers Would Like to Bring Back Former WR Coach Luke Getsy

The Packers want to bring back former wide receivers coach Luke Getsy, whose outstanding work with the receivers during his time here and familiarity with quarterback Aaron Rodgers would make him a good fit, Tom Silverstein and Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel report.

Getsy left the Packers after the 2017 season to accept the offensive coordinator’s job with his mentor, Mississippi State head coach Joe Moorhead.

The Packers are hoping there’s enough mutual interest to lure Getsy back into the pro game and are expected to talk to him soon. More than likely, the Packers had to get permission from Moorhead to interview the 33-year-old Getsy.

Getsy spent four years with the Packers (2014-17), starting as an offensive assistant and working his way up to receivers coach in 2016. He immediately introduced some unusual training drills, including juggling tennis balls and footballs and catching falling bricks before they hit the ground, in an attempt to improve head-eye coordination.

If Getsy takes the job, he would oversee developing the Packers’ three young wide receivers, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Equanimeous St. Brown and J’Mon Moore. Valdes-Scantling and St. Brown both flashed some ability last year and the Packers are counting on all three of the rookies to contribute more.

Packers Ready to Hire Titans Coordinator Matt LaFleur as Head Coach

The Packers have their sights set on a new head coach, as reports say it looks like they are ready to hire Tennessee Titans coordinator Matt LaFleur for the position.

The 39-year-old will become the 15th full-time coach the franchise, as he takes over for Mike McCarthy, who was fired late in the season after the loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

LaFleur, the Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator, chatted with the Packers Sunday.

LaFleur just concluded his first year as the Titans’ offensive coordinator after hold the same title in 2017 under Sean McVay for the Los Angeles Rams.

Tennessee finished 9-7 and missed the playoffs, ending the year No. 25 in total offense and No. 27 in scoring. The Titans were 29th in passing with quarterback Marcus Mariota but seventh in the league in rushing.

Packers Interview Jim Caldwell and Chuck Pagano as Possible Next Head Coaches

The painful Packers 2018 season will end on Sunday, and all eyes will turn on who is going to be the next head coach of the team.

Michael Lombardi of The Athletic reports that one name that seems to be gaining steam is that of former Colts and Lions head coach Jim Caldwell, as he’s already talked to the team.

Caldwell spent three years (2009-2011) with the Indianpolis Colts (26-22 record) and then four years (2014-2017) with Detroit (36-28 record).

Ian Rapoport adds the Packers have already spoken as well as former Colts coach Chuck Pagano.

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Packers Fire McCarthy Longtime Assistant Coach Winston Moss

The changes to the Packers coaching staff continued on Tuesday, as reports say the team has parted ways with longtime Mike McCarthy assistant coach Winston Moss.

Moss himself took to twitter with the news

Packers interim head coach Joe Philbin confirmed minutes after Moss tweeted, both on social media and in a press release.

“We thank Winston for his contributions to the Packers over the past 13 years,” said Philbin. “We hope for the best for Winston and his family moving forward.”