By BOB McGINN
Bob Harlan conceived and implemented the football decision-making structure in 1992 that resuscitated the Green Bay Packers and remained in effect for largely winning, playoff football for 27 years.
Ron Wolf, his first general manager, wielded the power to hire and to fire the head coach in his decade with the organization.
In January, the Packers reverted to the pre-Harlan era when Mark Murphy, who as president and chief executive officer is one of seven members of the executive committee and one of about 45 members of the board of directors, took back control of footb...
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