Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Packers have requested an interview with Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr. for their head-coaching job.
The list of reported interviews for the Packers includes:
- Former Colts & Lions HC Jim Caldwell (Interviewed)
- Former Colts HC Chuck Pagano (Interviewed)
- Northwestern HC Pat Fitzgerald (Expected)
- Patriots OC Josh McDaniels (Scheduled)
- Patriots DC Brian Flores (Scheduled)
- Saints assistant HC/TEs coach Dan Campbell (Scheduled)
- Steelers OL Coach Mike Munchak (Requested)
- Titans OC Matt LaFluer (Scheduled)
- Interim HC Joe Philbin (Scheduled)
- Saints OC Pete Carmichael Jr (Requested)
Carmichael, 47, began his coaching career back in 1994 at New Hampshire. His first NFL coaching experiance came with the Brown in 2000 when he was hired as their TEs coach.
Carmichael worked for the Redskins and Chargers before being hired by the Saints as their QBs coach in 2006. He worked his way up to offensive coordinator in 2009 and has remained in the post ever since.
In 2018, the Saints’ offense ranked No. 8 in total yards, No. 3 in points scored, No. 6 in rushing yards, and No. 12 in passing yards.