Packers reportedly part ways with two more coaches

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Van Pelt had been with the Packers since 2012, first as the team's running backs coach before switching to quarterbacks in 2014.

"It's fit. I'm very comfortable with where I am in my career", McCarthy said Thursday during his season-ending press conference. Trgovac coached the defensive line since 2009.

While the team has not made a formal announcement about the departure of veteran defensive coordinator Dom Capers, Murphy said McCarthy has the go-ahead to search for a replacement without waiting for a new GM.

The list of internal candidates for the Green Bay Packers' open general manager job is well established, but far less is known about potential options from outside the organization.

Offensive line coach James Campen, the longest-tenured Packers assistant coach, also could be under consideration for the offensive coordinator job.

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The purge in Green Bay continues. This about doing what's in the best interests of the Green Bay Packers. Coach Mike McCarthy has handled the offensive playcalling duties since he was hired in 2006, except for a 12-game stretch during the 2015 season in which he gave the responsibility to then-associate head coach Tom Clements, who is no longer on the staff. During all five of his seasons as the offensive coordinator, the Packers would finish top 10 in points and yards.

"The part that no one wants to talk about is the personal aspect of it". They entered the 2017 season among the favorites to win not only the NFC North division, but the Super Bowl.

Now changes are being made on offense.

"We've had so much change come through here that I don't think we ever had a chance to develop a team", Clinton-Dix said, per ESPN's Rob Demovsky. He'll remain with the team as senior adviser of football operations. Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix spoke about the toll that injuries took on defense, and the need for better accountability, as the Packers cleaned out their lockers on Tuesday.

The Packers will start by interviewing three men already with the organization - director of football operations Eliot Wolf, director of player personnel Brian Gutekunst, and director of football administration and player finance Russ Ball, who is affectionately known as Green Bay's "salary cap guru".

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