By MARK ECKEL
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy feels no urgency to fill his open defensive coordinator spot.
McCarthy, in his end-of-year press conference Thursday, said he had no timeline to replace the fired Dom Capers, who served as his defensive coordinator for the past nine seasons.
Capers is one of three defensive coaches who were let go at the end of the Packers’ 7-9 season. Defensive line coach Mike Trgovac and inside linebackers coach Scott McCurley were also fired.
Tim McGarigle, the first-year quality control coach, left to become a defensive position coach at Northwes...
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