With the Green Bay Packers set to kick-off their playoff run this weekend, this is the perfect time to feature our next legend of the 715. That person is Adam Stenavich.
Stenavich is currently the offensive line coach and run game coordinator for the Green Bay Packers. But what makes him a legend of the 715, is that his football roots started in Marshfield, Wisconsin.
Stenavich was born in Marshfield and played high school football there. Upon graduation, he played college football for the University of Michigan, where he played left tackle and was named to the All Big-Ten first team in 2004 and the All Big Ten second team in 2005.
After college, Stenavich went undrafted in the NFL, but was a member of the practice squads for the Carolina Panthers (2006), Green Bay Packers (2006-2007), Dallas Cowboys (2008) and the Houston Texans (2008-2010).
After his playing career, Stenavich moved on to coaching. He started as a graduate assistant at Michigan and made stops at Northern Arizona and San Jose State before being hired as the assistant offensive line coach for the San Francisco 49ers in 2017. In 2019, he was hired as offensive line coach for the Packers and because of his success in developing one of the better and more consistent offensive lines in the NFL, the title of Run Game Coordinator was also added for Stenovich.
Coming off of a 2021 regular season in which the Packers battled many injuries on the offensive line and seeing little drop in performance from the reserve players, watch for Stenovich to be promoted through the coaching ranks very soon in the NFL.
And it all started right here in the 715.