By MARK ECKEL
The Green Bay Packers will make Matt LaFleur their youngest head coach in the team’s 100-year history according to several reports.
LaFleur, who turned 39 years old last November, was the Tennessee Titans offensive coordinator this past season. He previously worked under Sean McVay, with the Los Angeles Rams, and under Kyle Shanahan, with the Atlanta Falcons, as an assistant on offense.
ESPN first reported that the Packers offered LaFleur the job Monday and called other candidates they interviewed to give them the news.
According to some reports LaFleur is expected ...
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