McAdoo was the Packers' tight ends coach from 2006, before moving on to the quarterbacks in 2012. One league source had said on Tuesday that McCarthy meant to change offensive coordinators.
McCarthy said at his season-ending news conference Thursday that Bennett may stay with the team in another capacity.
Joe Philbin, the assistant head coach with the Indianapolis Colts, could be a candidate to return to Green Bay. Reports said inside linebackers coach Scott McCurley and defensive line coach Mike Trgovac were also let go. In all, Green Bay defenders have made 17 appearances in the Pro Bowl during Capers' tenure.
Striking the right balance will be up to the new GM and McCarthy together to get the Packers back into championship contention after the most disappointing season in Green Bay in almost a decade. I love playing for Dom.
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As for 2017, coach Mike McCarthy says Hundley wasn't prepared. During all five of his seasons as the offensive coordinator, the Packers would finish top 10 in points and yards. That's what keeps me up at night is the personal changes that you make. Philbin and McAdoo have history in Green Bay. "I'll never, ever be comfortable with that", McCarthy said about the coaching changes. "I've been fortunate to have worked with many dedicated people throughout the organization and I can't thank Mark Murphy, Mike McCarthy, the football-operations staff and our scouts enough for their friendship and support", said Thompson.
No matter what you think of McCarthy, the prospect of losing him and creating even more upheaval is something the Packers can't afford. "It's going to be different, we're going to have some different voices, some different faces in here", said kicker Mason Crosby, one of the team's longest tenured players.
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". 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.