John Fox Hires Special Teams, Quarterbacks Coach
Rodgers spent the previous two years working under Fox in Carolina, including overseeing the Panthers' special teams last season, when they posted year-over-year improvement in several key categories.
Before joining Fox's staff ahead of the 2009 season, Rodgers spent a year as Kansas State's special teams coordinator. He spent five years before that in San Francisco coaching special teams for the 49ers.
Gase will shift to quarterbacks coach under Fox after spending the previous two seasons with the Broncos coaching the wide receivers. He helped Brandon Lloyd fashion a breakout campaign last season culminating in Lloyd's first Pro Bowl berth and also helped develop a Pro Bowler the previous year in working with Brandon Marshall.
Gase was an offensive assistant in San Francisco in 2008 after spending his first three years in the NFL with the Detroit Lions. In his final year in Detroit in 2007, Gase worked as the Lions' quarterbacks coach, helping Jon Kitna during a season in which he threw for 4,068 yards, the sixth-highest total in the league that season.