June 13, 2024

The second time around, the Green Bay Packers’ quarterback rotation of Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love, and Brett Favre was expertly carried out. Green Bay now seems to be in the same place at what is probably the most crucial position in the organization.

Mark Murphy '77 named president of Green Bay Packers | Colgate University

Since 2007, Mark Murphy has led the Pacers as president and CEO. The New Yorker, who won a Super Bowl as a player with the Washington Commanders, was the athletic director at Northwestern from 2003 to 2007 and Colgate from 1992 to 2003 before moving to Green Bay.
Under Murphy’s leadership, the Packers emerged as one of the NFL’s contemporary dynasties, winning Super Bowl XLV and making regular visits to the postseason. With Love leading the team in its new era, Green Bay is getting ready in the background to replace Murphy.

Murphy’s age-related retirement from the team begins the year he turns 70. Coming up in July, Murphy will turn 69, and it seems like Green Bay already knows who will take his place at the top of the organization.

It is a “widely held belief” in Green Bay, according to Matt Schneidman of The Athletic, that Ed Policy will succeed Murphy as the Packers’ CEO and team president in 2025.

Policy, 53, is a Midwest native. He joined the Arena Football League (2001–2008) as president and deputy commissioner after earning degrees from Stanford and the University of Notre Dame. After that, he served as the AFL’s acting commissioner from 2008 to 2009.

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