The Green Bay Packers named Frank Cignetti Jr. quarterbacks coach on Jan. 24, 2018.
Cignetti comes to Green Bay with 29 years of coaching experience, with much of it working with quarterbacks. For the past two seasons, he coached quarterbacks for the New York Giants, helping QB Eli Manning register the second-highest completion percentage of his career (63.0) in 2016. Cignetti was the quarterbacks coach for the St. Louis Rams from 2012-14 before becoming the offensive coordinator in 2015, leading an offense that ranked No. 7 in the NFL in rushing that season (122.3 ypg). He worked as the offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach for Indiana University of Pennsylvania (1997-98), Fresno State (2002-05), University of North Carolina (2006), University of California (2008), University of Pittsburgh (2009-10) and Rutgers (2011). Between his college jobs, Cignetti was a quality control coach for the Kansas City Chiefs (1999) and quarterbacks coach for the New Orleans Saints (2000-01) and San Francisco 49ers (2007). The Pittsburgh native began his coaching career in his home city, working as a graduate assistant for Pitt in 1989. He went on to coach wide receivers (1990-92), secondary (1993-94) and quarterbacks (1995-96) at IUP.