Green Bay Packers headshots on Monday, June 10, 2019.

Luke Getsy

Quarterbacks/Passing Game Coordinator

Biography

  • Promoted to quarterbacks/passing game coordinator on March 12, 2020. Rejoined the Packers on Jan. 29, 2019, as quarterbacks coach. Originally joined the team on Feb. 7, 2014, as offensive quality control coach and then was promoted to wide receivers coach on Feb. 17, 2016.
  • In his first season as passing game coordinator in 2020, helped guide an offense that led the league in scoring (31.8 ppg), set an NFL record for red-zone touchdown percentage (80.0 pct., No. 1 in the NFL since 1981) and posted the team's highest third-down percentage since 1970 (49.44 pct.).
  • Tutored QB Aaron Rodgers as he earned his third NFL Most Valuable Player award from The Associated Press in 2020 and led the league in passer rating (121.5, No. 2 in league history), passing TDs (team-record 48), completion percentage (team-record 70.7 pct.) and interception percentage (0.95 pct.).
  • In his first season leading the quarterback room in 2019, helped Rodgers finish with 4,000-plus passing yards, 25-plus TD passes and four or fewer INTs for the second straight season, the only QB to achieve those totals in a season in NFL history.
  • As offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach at Mississippi State in 2018, helped the Bulldogs rank No. 2 in the Southeastern Conference in rushing offense (223.6 ypg) and yards per carry (5.66). Also helped MSU rank tied for No. 1 in the FBS in fumbles lost with only three on the season.
  • Coached WR Davante Adams with the Packers in 2016-17, who was the only player in the NFL to have 70-plus receptions and 10-plus receiving TDs in both of those seasons.
  • Tutored WR Jordy Nelson as he earned NFL Comeback Player of the Year from AP in 2016 after leading the team in all three receiving categories with 97 receptions for 1,257 yards (13.0 avg.) and 14 TDs.
  • Was part of an offensive staff that helped the Packers lead the league in scoring (30.4 ppg) and tie for No. 1 in the NFL in fewest giveaways (13) in 2014.
  • As wide receivers coach at Western Michigan in 2013, tutored Corey Davis, who earned second-team All-Mid-American Conference honors and was named Freshman of the Year in the conference.

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