Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy is expected to take a new job with the Las Vegas Raiders, a source confirmed to the Tribune on Sunday.
According to a report by ESPN, Raiders coach Antonio Pierce is hiring Getsy as his new offensive coordinator after his first choice, Kliff Kingsbury, dropped him from consideration. Getsy also interviewed for offensive coordinator positions with the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints.
Bears fired Getsy on January 10 After two seasons under coach Matt Eberflus.
His departure comes after the Bears finished 20th in total offense in 2023 with 323.2 yards per game, including 182.1 passing yards per game (27th). Quarterback Justin Fields hasn’t progressed at the rate the Bears would like in two years under Getsy and quarterbacks coach Andrew Janocko.
But the Bears’ rushing offense ranked first and second in the NFL in Getsy’s two seasons.
Bears hire former Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Getsy will be replaced by Shane Waldron.
Now Getsy moves to the Raiders, a team that may be searching for a new quarterback after Jimmy Garoppolo, Aidan O’Connell and Brian Hoyer start at quarterback in 2023.
Prior to the Bears, Getsy coached for seven seasons with the Green Bay Packers; This includes serving as Aaron Rodgers’ quarterbacks coach for three seasons and as passing game coordinator for two. He also coached Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams in Green Bay and coached at the collegiate level for eight years. However, he had not played at the NFL level before joining the Bears.
The Raiders hired Pierce as head coach on Jan. 19 after he guided the team to a 5-4 finish as interim coach following the midseason firing of Josh McDaniels.