UPDATE (Mon. 1:17 p.m.): ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports that the Packers have already fired defensive coordinator Dom Capers, and did it Sunday night. He also says more moves are on the way on defense. The team has sent no confirmation.
Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers was fired following Sunday night's loss at Detroit, per a source. There will be other changes among the defensive coaching staff to follow. https://t.co/h6zqb2niJf
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) January 1, 2018
His last game would be Sunday against the Detroit Lions.
Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers, who has been with the team since 2009, is not expected to return to Green Bay next season, per league sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2017
It was not initially clear whether this is the Packers' doing, Capers' choice or a mutual decision.
Capers has been defensive coordinator since 2009. The first two years, with a veteran-laden unit built for his 3-4 defensive scheme, the Packers finished second in yards in 2009 and second in points in 2010.
But since then, the Packers never reached the top 10 in either category. They finished last in yardage in their 2011 season when they went 15-1. The last two years, they finished in the league's bottom half in both yardage and points.