Mark Murphy 'kind of snuck in the back door'

In this edition of Alumni Spotlight, Packers.com Senior Writer Mike Spofford sat down with former Packers S Mark Murphy. Murphy recalled earning his spot on the team as an undrafted free agent, the excitement of the Packers 1989 season, and what defined the Packers in Murphy's era.

Mark Murphy, a fixture in the Packers' defensive secondary for 11 seasons (1980-85, 87-91), was one of Green Bay's most reliable and consistent tacklers, leading the team in tackles during four campaigns while accumulating 900 total stops. Over his career he posted 20 interceptions, 11 sacks and 13 fumble recoveries. The hard-working and productive safety was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 1998.

Murphy, a fixture in the Packers' defensive secondary for 11 seasons (1980-85, 87-91), was one of Green Bay's most reliable and consistent tacklers.

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