Jake Peetz - Los Angeles Rams
Jake Peetz's early days began with the Alabama Crimson Tide as the quarterbacks coach and later joined the Washington Redskins coaching staff, where he first met and began working alongside Sean McVay. Peetz later joined the Oakland Raiders in 2017, where he spent three years as the offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach. During his time there, he helped Derek Carr become a Pro Bowl player.
After the Raiders, he spent time on the Carolina Panthers staff as running backs coach, where he worked with Christian McCaffrey. Under Peetz's tutelage, McCaffrey led the league in touches, touchdowns, receptions, and points scored by an RB, and all-purpose yards. In 2021, Peetz was hired as the LSU Tigers' offensive coordinator under head coach Ed Orgeron.
Peetz rejoined Coach Sean McVay in Los Angeles in 2022. He was appointed as the pass game specialist, where he remains today. It was also reported that Peetz was offered the quarterbacks coaching position with the Nebraska Cornhuskers; however, he declined, preferring to stay with the McVay and the Rams.