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Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy enters his second season with the Bears in 2023.

Getsy has 16 years of coaching experience, including eight in the National Football League, all coming with the Green Bay Packers (2014-17, 2019-21) and Bears (2022-present).

Most recently in 2022, Getsy helped guide the Bears to a franchise record in team rushing, totaling 3,014 yards on the ground while also finishing with the top rushing mark in the entire league. The last time the Bears led the NFL in rushing yards was in 1986 when they totaled 2,700 yards on the season.

Individually, Getsy and quarterback Justin Fields were able to rewrite the record books through several season-long and single-game performances. Fields finished the season with 1,143 rushing yards, becoming one of three quarterbacks in NFL history to rush for 1,000+ yards in a single season, joining Lamar Jackson (2019, 2020) and Michael Vick (2006). Fields’ season totals were also a Bears single-season rushing record by a quarterback.

Additionally, against Miami in Week 9, Fields rushed 15 times for 178 yards at Soldier Field. It broke Vick’s previous single-game rushing record of 173 yards when Atlanta visited Minnesota in Week 13 of the 2002 season. Fields’ 178-yard rushing performance now stands as the highest rushing total by any quarterback in a regular-season game since at least 1940.

During his seven seasons in Green Bay, Getsy was part of five NFC North Division Championships and six postseason runs. Most recently in 2021, his final season in Green Bay, Getsy completed his second year as the club’s quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator, where he helped guide Aaron Rodgers to both an MVP season and his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl honor. Since taking over the Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks role at the start of the 2020 season, Rodgers has recorded 24 games with multiple touchdown passes and zero interceptions, passing Tom Brady’s 19 games during the 2010-11 seasons for the most in a two-season span in NFL history.

In 2020, Getsy helped guide an offense that led the league in scoring (31.8 ppg), set an NFL record for red zone touchdown percentage (80.0 pct., No. 1 in the NFL since 1981) and posted the team’s highest third-down percentage since 1970 (49.4 pct.). Getsy coached Rodgers to NFL Most Valuable Player honors from the Associated Press for the third time in his career (2011, 2014), joining Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Brett Favre as the only players to earn the honor three or more times since 1961. Rodgers’ 121.5 passer rating that year ranked No. 2 in league history behind only his own 122.5 rating in 2011, while his league-leading 48 touchdown passes and 70.7 completion percentage both were team records. Rodgers was also named to his ninth career Pro Bowl and led the league with a 9.60 TD/INT ratio, the top mark in NFL history among QBs with 30-plus passing touchdowns in a season.

In his first season leading Green Bay’s quarterbacks room in 2019, Getsy helped Rodgers earn his eighth career Pro Bowl selection after throwing for 4,002 yards and 26 touchdowns with four interceptions, his second consecutive season with 4,000-plus passing yards. Rodgers led the league in lowest INT percentage (0.70), the second best single-season mark in team history, and tied for the NFL lead with 12 zero interception games.

In his lone season at Mississippi State in 2018 as offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach, Getsy helped the Bulldogs rank No. 2 in the Southeastern Conference in rushing offense (223.6 ypg, No. 20 in the nation) and yards per carry (5.66, No. 12 in the nation). MSU rushed for at least 300 yards in four games that year, the most in the SEC. Four different Bulldogs combined for an SEC-best 13 individual 100-yard rushing games, led by QB Nick Fitzgerald (seven). MSU tied for No. 1 in the FBS in fumbles lost with only three and tied for No. 3 in the country with just nine total fumbles. The Bulldogs racked up 66 offensive plays of 20 or more yards, the most by the team since 2015.

As wide receivers coach with the Packers in 2016-17, Getsy worked with WR Davante Adams, who was the only player in the NFL with 70-plus receptions and 10-plus receiving touchdowns in both of those seasons. Adams led the team with 74 catches for a team-high 885 yards (12.0 avg.) and 10 touchdowns in 2017 on his way to earning Pro Bowl recognition for the first time in his career.

In Getsy’s first year as receivers coach in 2016, Green Bay was one of two teams in the NFL (New Orleans) to have three wide receivers (Jordy Nelson, Adams and Randall Cobb) with 60-plus receptions and 600-plus receiving yards. After missing the 2015 season due to a knee injury, Nelson was named the Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year after starting all 16 games and leading the team in all three receiving categories with 97 receptions for 1,257 yards (13.0 avg.) and 14 touchdowns. Adams posted then-career highs with 75 catches for 997 yards (13.3 avg.) and 12 touchdowns. Nelson led the NFL in receiving touchdowns (14) and Adams was tied for No. 2 (12) as they became only the second teammate duo in franchise history with 12-plus TD catches each in the same season (Nelson and Cobb, 2014).

In 2015, Getsy helped guide an offense that posted eight zero turnover games, tied for the best mark (2009) in franchise history to that point (since 1933). In his first season in Green Bay in 2014, he was part of an offensive staff that helped the Packers lead the league in scoring (30.4 ppg) and tie for No. 1 in the NFL in fewest giveaways (13).

Getsy spent the 2013 season working with the wide receivers group at Western Michigan, where he tutored current Jets WR Corey Davis, who earned second-team All-Mid-American Conference honors and was named Freshman of the Year in the conference after catching 67 passes for 941 yards (14.0 avg.) and six touchdowns. Davis also earned Freshman All-America honors from the Football Writers Association of America. Getsy helped build the Broncos’ 2014 recruiting class that was rated in the top 50 nationally and the best in MAC history by Rivals.com. He recruited LS Wyatt Pfeifer of Delaware, Ohio, to Western Michigan, the only MAC signee to be selected to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

As the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2011-12), Getsy helped guide the Crimson Hawks to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title and a final ranking of No. 6 in Division II in 2012. The team ranked No. 10 nationally in rushing offense with an average of 259.3 yards per game, led by a pair of 1,000-yard rushers in Harvie Tuck (1,660) and De’Antwan Williams (1,325). Tuck was named the PSAC Offensive Player of the Year for the Western Division in 2012. In 2011, Tuck rushed for 1,007 yards (No. 3 in the conference) and QB Pat Smith posted a 155.0 passing efficiency rating (No. 4 in the conference) under Getsy’s direction.

Prior to his arrival at IUP, Getsy served as an offensive graduate assistant at the University of Pittsburgh in 2010. He was part of a staff that helped guide the Panthers to a share of the Big East title and an appearance in the BBVA Compass Bowl, where they beat Kentucky, 27-10.

He began his coaching career at his alma mater, the University of Akron, serving as a graduate assistant from 2007-08. As a player at Akron, Getsy set 24 individual school records in his two seasons with the Zips after transferring from Pittsburgh. As a junior in 2005, he led the MAC with 3,455 passing yards, the second-best single-season mark in school history to that point behind only Charlie Frye’s 3,549-yard total in 2003. Getsy led the Zips to the conference title that season and was named MVP of the MAC Championship Game after throwing for 413 yards in a 31-30 victory vs. Northern Illinois. He went on to throw for 455 yards, a Motor City Bowl record, along with four touchdowns, against Memphis in the Zips’ first-ever Division I FBS bowl game.

In his final season at Akron, Getsy led the MAC with 2,665 passing yards on 199-of-380 passing and added 18 touchdowns. In just two seasons with the Zips, Getsy threw for 6,117 yards, the third most in school history, and 41 touchdowns with 23 INTs on 477-of-905 passing. He graduated with a degree in marketing management and sales management, earning MAC All-Academic honors in 2005 and 2006.

Following his collegiate career, Getsy played in the North-South All-Star Classic in Houston. He was signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent in May 2007 and was with the club through the preseason. Getsy earned first-team AP all-state honors as a senior at Steel Valley High School in Munhall, Pa., after completing 100 of 172 passes for 1,654 yards and 16 touchdowns. The first four-year starter in school history, he finished his career as the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League’s all-time leading passer with 6,021 yards and led his school to the WPIAL playoffs four times. Getsy was selected to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Fabulous 22” team and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s “Terrific 25” squad.

Getsy and his wife, Tina, have three sons, John, Paul and Adam, and a daughter, Nora.