Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is actually committed to two things. Taking more of your money and Ted Thompson. Maintain that status quo!
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy has a sweet job, but he also has to deal with some nonsense. Nonsense like your stupid ideas about running the team.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is not pleased so many of the team’s players were arrested this offseason. We all know why they’re on the team though.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is making the media rounds mostly because no one else with the organization is. We’re going to tell you if he said anything interesting.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been talking up potential plans to expand the playoffs and eliminate the extra point. Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is on board.
Green Bay Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy loves him some Ted Thompson. He also doesn’t think there’s any talent gap than his club and the 49ers.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy does have some thoughts on the loss to Seattle after all. Three days later…
There are rumors circulating that president and CEO Mark Murphy could leave the Green Bay Packers for Stanford. The Packers were quick to shoot them down, but we know how these things work.
Awkward silence, anyone? The 2011 NFL lockout may be in full swing, but that didn’t stop Green Bay Packers players and brass from spending five days on a bus together this week for the annual Packers Tailgate Tour across Upper Michigan and Wisconsin. According to The Associated Press, coach Mike McCarthy, general manager Ted Thompson and several other staff members saw the bus off Tuesday.
No one really seems to be happy about the lockout/lawsuit festival the NFL and the players are going through at the moment, and Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy hasn’t done much to inspire confidence it’s going to end anytime soon. “Having been on both sides of this, this is really disappointing,” said Murphy, who […]
The Green Bay Packers got to control the world for a minute.
At least that was Charles Woodson’s assessment of what it meant to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange, which Woodson, teammates John Kuhn, Ryan Grant and Packers president Mark Murphy did, yesterday.
You can count Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy among those disappointed in the team’s craptacular 4-4 start to the season, but don’t expect any changes to happen during the season. That is, despite how much everyone outside of 1265 Lombardi Ave. seems to hate Packers coach Mike McCarthy and general manager Ted Thompson, they […]