Here are some selected comments from Luchey in a conference call with the media on Wednesday:
On coming to the Packers: "I've always been a guy who liked to win. I've got nothing but love for the city of Cincinnati and the organization. I leave there with my head high and no regrets. But at the same time, as far as my future and my present career, I want to be somewhere I have a realistic shot of going to the Super Bowl."
On one of the reasons he chose the Packers over other teams: "I really like Sly (running backs coach Sylvester Croom). He really reminded me a lot of Jim Anderson, my coach at Cincinnati. Both guys have been coaching 15 years in this league. I think Sly is a straight shooter. You can laugh and joke with him, but he expects you to get the job done."
On his blocking skills: "I can block with the best of them. If you turn on my film, man, I'm knocking linebackers out, period. I'm not blocking them, I'm knocking them on their (butts). I mean, that's just a fact."
On what he can bring to the Packers' offense:
"They felt I could add another dimension and take some pressure off Ahman (Green) and Brett (Favre)."