There weren’t many concrete answers from the Packers’ defensive players about where things went wrong and what ultimately cost their coordinator, Dom Capers, his job.

Unless you talked to Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.

The former Pro Bowl safety didn’t hold back on Tuesday in an interview with ESPN while players cleaned out their lockers at Lambeau Field.

“That’s the problem with this locker room,” Clinton-Dix said. “We’ve got to control what we can control and not worry about what’s going on upstairs or worry about whether a coach needs to be gone.

“No, you need to worry about if you need to be gone.”

Clinton-Dix defended Capers, who was fired on Monday after nine seasons as the Packers’ defensive coordinator, and put the blame on the locker room and the personnel department.