BREAKING: Packers Name Ed Policy As Mark Muprhy’s Success As President And CEO Following Vote

The Green Bay Packers are going through a big organizational change.

On Monday, the organization announced their board of directors unanimously approved Ed Policy as their new president and CEO. Policy, who’s currently the COO and general counsel for the Packers, will take over for Mark Murphy starting in July 2025.

“Congratulations to Ed on this well-deserved promotion to what I believe is the most unique and meaningful position in the world of professional sports,” said Murphy. “Ed has been a tremendous asset to the organization during his 12 years here and has been greatly instrumental in our success. 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.”

Policy will be the 11th president in team history. The 53-year-old has been with Green Bay since 2012, first as vice president and general counsel and then as chief operating officer and general counsel since 2018.


Murphy has one year remaining as president and CEO before he reaches the mandatory retirement age of 70. He has been in that role since 2007. 

Policy will work alongside Murphy until the latter retires in July 2025.