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Packers’ Dom Capers Expected To Be Gone After Season

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Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers, who has held the post since 2009, is expected to leave his position at the end of the season, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Capers, 67, is coming to the end of his ninth season in charge of the Packers’ defense and earlier this week said “my plans are from week to week in this business.”

“One thing I’ve learned through a long career is you don’t want to spend any time in this business concerning yourself with things that you don’t have any control over, you know? You put the blinders on, you go to work, you try to be consistent in the way you do things and try to get guys ready to play,” Capers said.

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Packers Release Mike Daniels

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The Green Bay Packers have released veteran defensive tackle Mike Daniels, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Daniels, a former Pro Bowler, was due to make $8.1 million this season in base salary and bonuses, so the move is likely financially motivates as the Packers will save $8.3 million, with $2.4 million in dead money, by cutting Daniels.

Daniels collected 18 tackles and 2 sacks last season for Green Bay.

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Packers Waive Michael Roberts

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The saga of tight end Michael Roberts continues to take disappointing turns, as he has been waived by the Green Bay Packers only a few days after they claimed him on waivers, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

The Packers waived Roberts due to a failed physical, which also nixed his trade from the Detroit Lions to the New England Patriots earlier this month.

Green Bay picked up Roberts after he was reverted back to the Lions’ roster and ultimately waived.

Roberts, 25, has 13 career receptions for 146 yards.

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Packers’ Jaire Alexander Looking for Big 2019

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Green Bay Packers cornerback Jaire Alexander has some big goals for the 2019 season, where he believes he is set to breakout.

“I just want to have a good year, for real. I see myself in the Pro Bowl. I see myself as an All-Pro,” Alexander said, according to the Packers’ official website.

Alexander also proclaimed that the defense would see a much different season then the saw in 2018.

“We didn’t get the ball out enough last year, but this year that’s going to change,” Alexander said. “Our front seven, we have great edge rushers. I’m not even going to say good. Those dudes are coming, so the ball is going to be out a lot faster.”

“I’ve got all the confidence in the world. Last year was a great starting point for me, but this year is going to be my dog year. I’m putting my stamp on that,” Alexander said.

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