According to Rob Demovsky, the three expected candidates for the Packers’ offensive coordinator job include Joe Philbin, Ben McAdoo and James Campen.
Philbin and McAdoo departed Green Bay for jobs with the Dolphins and Giants, but they’re now available and looking for new opportunities.
Demovsky adds that Campen has actually drawn interest for offensive coordinator positions around the league, given the job he’s done with the Packers’ offensive line.
McAdoo, 40, previously served as the Packers’ QBs coach before he was hired as the Giants’ offensive coordinator back in 2014 and eventually took over for HC Tom Coughlin two years later.
The Giants fired McAdoo towards the end of the regular season.
During his two years in charge of the team, McAdoo led them to a record of 13-15 (46.4 percent), which includes a playoff appearance last year.
We’ll have more regarding the Packers as the news is available.