By Nick Freimuth
After nine seasons as Packers Defensive Coordinator, Dom Capers will no longer be the leader of Green Bay’s defense, per league sources. At 67 years of age, Capers is likely to step into retirement.
Capers highlight in Titeltown was a top-five defense during the run to Super Bowl XLV. A number of coaches underneath him are reportedly on the way out as well including defensive line coach Mike Trgovac and linebackers coach Scott McCurley.
Ted Thompson is stepping down as GM and Director of Football Operations, per the NFL Network. The architect of the Packers last Super Bowl, started in his role in 2005. His first draft pick was quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
It is likely the 64 year old Thompson steps into a scouting role inside the Packers organization.