A rainy day on didn’t dampen spirits as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers were welcomed by Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy to Packers training camp on Monday, Aug. 14. Goodell greeted Packers fans and saluted Green Bay for its selection to host the 2025 NFL Draft in a recognition event.
Murphy and Evers, along with Brown County executive Troy Streckenbach, made remarks that thanked Goodell and the NFL for choosing Green Bay. They spoke of their excitement for the draft and the expansive impact it will have on Green Bay and the entire state of Wisconsin.
Murphy additionally introduced the 2025 NFL Draft Green Bay host committee, led by chair Mike Haddad and vice chair Kate Burgess. Other committee members include Nancy Armbrust and George Koonce. The committee played a large role in bringing the draft to Green Bay and will continue to play a role in planning and preparations leading up to 2025.
Key donors to the 2025 NFL Draft were also recognized by Murphy. Green donors include Delaware North, Kohler Co., and Miron Construction. Gold donors include Associated Bank, Bellin Health, Belmark, Bergstrom and Oh Snap Pickling Co.