The Green Bay Packers agreed to contract extensions with head coach Matt LaFleur, general manager Brian Gutekunst, and executive vice president Russ Ball this offseason, a source told ESPN’s Rob Demovsky.

The terms of the deals haven’t been reported.

Packers president Mark Murphy didn’t confirm the extensions while speaking with the media Monday, though he showed optimism LaFleur, Gutekunst, and Ball will stay in Green Bay “for years to come.”

Gutekunst was promoted to general manager in 2018 on a five-year contract that was set to expire after the 2022 campaign. LaFleur became the Packers head coach in 2019 after inking a four-year pact that included a fifth-year option, according to Demovsky.

Green Bay is 45-19-1 since Gutekunst replaced Ted Thompson, including a 39-10 record across three seasons with LaFleur on the sideline. The Packers, who last season became the first team in NFL history to win at least 13 games in three straight years, reached the NFC title game in each of LaFleur’s first two campaigns. The team lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round last season after earning the No. 1 seed in the NFC.

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