If, as reported, the Green Bay Packers part ways with defensive coordinator Dom Capers, who replaces him. Vic Fangio is the name we hear most often.
The Teflon Dom no more? The Green Bay Packers will reportedly move on from defensive coordinator Dom Capers. A move long overdue.
Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers may be on the chopping block. He says he isn't thinking about his future.
Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy is already in evaluation mode with the season over. It sounds like defensive coordinator Dom Capers might not be safe.
The Green Bay Packers now have some hard questions to answer. From Ted Thompson to the scouting staff to Dom Capers to the medical staff.
The Green Bay Packers' season is essentially over. Here are five more thoughts on the game that ended it, guys we want to see more of and calling for heads.
Why didn't the Green Bay Packers fire defensive coordinator Dom Capers after the latest playoff disappointment? Mike McCarthy has a nonsensical reason for you.
Your favorite whipping boy will officially be back for another season. The Green Bay Packers finalized their coaching staff for 2017 with only minor changes.
Predictably, Green Bay Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has backtracked on his criticism of defensive coordinator Dom Capers' play calling.
Green Bay Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix loves Sam Shields. He also apparently doesn't think much of defensive coordinator Dom Capers.
The Green Bay Packers are run by Mark Murphy, Ted Thompson, Mike McCarthy and Dom Capers. Have the Big Four become hidebound? That and other questions.
Green Bay Packers' defensive coordinator Dom Capers' units have been under performing for nearly a decade. Maybe it's time the Packers considered a change.
Much to the chagrin of pretty much everyone except the Green Bay Packers' playoff opponents, Dom Capers will be back as the team's defensive coordinator.
The table has not been run by the Green Bay Packers. Instead, they turned in a disgraceful performance against the Atlanta Falcons.
Hiring Rex Ryan as the next Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator is a nice thought. It's also something that is a virtual impossibility. Here's why.
What's wrong with the Green Bay Packers? Mike McCarthy knows and for once, he actually has some sound reasoning. Turnover differential, folks!