The Packers lost offensive coordinator Joe Philbin during the offseason when he became the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and quarterbacks coach Tom Clements was then promoted to take Philbin's place. McAdoo is in line to replace Clements as quarterbacks coach, though that position is still far removed in terms of pay and title from the offensive coordinator position.
Previously this offseason, Green Bay blocked Philbin from interviewing McAdoo for the offensive coordinator position in Miami. McAdoo's situation illustrates the frustrations of many top position coaches throughout the NFL, whose upward mobility and earning potential can be significantly weakened by the current rules regarding interviews and promotions.
Schiano could end up in a position where he has to hire a number of his former staff from Rutgers. The overall inexperience of the staff under former coach Raheem Morris was a big issue for Tampa and led to his eventual departure. It led to Tampa beginning its coaching search by interviewing almost exclusively veteran NFL coaches with significant pro head coaching experience.