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Murphy explains decision to assume direct responsibility over Packers coach

One of the more stunning, albeit under-noticed, developments from January came when the Packers nudged G.M. Ted Thompson out of his job with the express intent of replacing him. And then didn’t. Less than a week after announcing that Thompson is out — and emphasizing that the new G.M. will have hiring and firing authority [more]
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