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Ed Policy to succeed Mark Murphy as Packers president, CEO

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The Green Bay Packers' board of directors unanimously approved Ed Policy as the franchise's new president and CEO on Monday, the team announced.

Policy will replace Mark Murphy, who'll step away in July 2025 as he reaches the mandatory retirement age of 70.

The 53-year-old Policy has spent 13 seasons with the Packers, serving as their chief operating officer over the last seven years. He'll be the 12th president in franchise history.

"Ed has been a tremendous asset to the organization during his 12 years here and has been greatly instrumental in our success," Murphy said in a statement. "His work on Titletown has been particularly impactful. He is highly respected - both in the building and within the NFL. I've enjoyed working with him and am confident he will be an excellent steward for the organization."

The Packers have been successful during Murphy's tenure, which began in 2008. He helped Green Bay win Super Bowl XLV in 2011, and the team has reached the playoffs in 12 of the last 16 seasons.

Policy said he hopes Green Bay will replicate that success.

"I am incredibly honored, excited, and grateful … for this treasured and one-of-a-kind opportunity," Policy said. "I am particularly grateful to Mark for 12 years of mentorship. I am looking forward to building on his leadership and considerable success on and off the field."

Policy previously spent nine years as an Arena Football League executive. He served as the league's commissioner, president, and CEO in 2008-09.

The Ohio native is the son of Carmen Policy, the former 49ers president and CEO who helped San Francisco win five Super Bowl titles.

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