Packers Chairman and CEO Mark Murphy to retire in 2025

Packers Chairman and CEO Mark Murphy to retire in 2025

Team policy states that 70 is basically the age limit for board members

The Green Bay Packers will make some changes at the top. President and CEO Mark Murphy announced his intention to retire on July 13, 2025. Team policy states that 70 is essentially the age limit for board members. Murphy wrote Saturday in an article on Packers.com that he plans to honor those settlements. “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as President of the Packers. I plan to make the last three years as successful as possible, with multiple Super Bowl championships,” Murphy wrote. He added that the organization had begun to draw up a timetable to find a replacement.

The Green Bay Packers will make some changes at the top.

President and CEO Mark Murphy announced his intention to retire on July 13, 2025.

Team policy states that 70 is essentially the age limit for board members.

Murphy wrote on Saturday in a article on Packers.com that he intends to respect these statutes.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as President of the Packers. I plan to make the last three years as successful as possible, with multiple Super Bowl championships,” Murphy wrote.

He added that the organization had begun to draw up a timetable to find a replacement.

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