Mark Murphy

President At Green Bay Packers

  • Named Packers President/CEO on Dec. 3, 2007, by the Packers’ Board of Directors; formally assumed position on Jan. 28, 2008.
  • Serves on the NFL’s Management Council Executive Committee, Competition Committee, College Relations Committee, Player Safety Advisory Panel and Health and Safety Committee.
  • Served a combined 16 years as director of athletics at Northwestern University (2003-07) and Colgate University (1992-2003) prior to joining the Packers.
  • Enjoyed an eight-year NFL playing career with the Washington Football Team (1977-84); served as co-captain from 1980-84, including the Super Bowl title team of 1982. Earned All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors in 1983 after leading the NFL with nine INTs.
  • Is believed to be the only person to earn a Super Bowl ring as a player (XVII, 1982) and as a team’s chief executive (XLV, 2010).
  • Served as Washington’s player representative to the NFL Players Association from 1980-84, including the position of vice president of the players union (1983-84).
  • Holds a law degree from Georgetown University (1988) and an MBA in finance from American University (1983).
  • Served as assistant executive director of the NFL Players Association (1985-88) and as a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice (1989-92).
  • Served on the NFL Commissioner’s Player Advisory Committee (1994-2002) and the NFL Youth Football Committee (2002-2011), and currently serves on USA Football’s Board of Directors.
  • While a player with Washington, participated in the second-highest-scoring game in Monday Night Football history, a 48-47 loss to the Packers on Oct. 17, 1983, at Lambeau Field. It is the highest-scoring regular-season game in Packers history.