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The Chicago Bears have hired Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren to be their president and CEO, the team announced Thursday.

Warren, who has been with the Big Ten for a little more than three years, will supplant outgoing Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips, who is retiring at the end of February. Phillips has been with the Bears organization for more than 39 years, the last 24 in the president and CEO role.

In a statement, Bears Chairman George McCaskey called Warren “a man of integrity, respect and excellence.” The team will introduce Warren at a news conference Tuesday, and he is expected to begin in his role this spring.

“We welcome his perspective and diverse thought to lead this storied organization,” McCaskey said. “He is a proven leader who has many times stepped outside of his comfort zone to challenge status quo for unconventional growth and prosperity.

“In this role, Warren will serve in the primary leadership position of the franchise to help bring the next Super Bowl championship trophy home to Bears fans.”

Warren’s arrival comes at a landmark time in the organization’s history with the Bears pursuing a grand venture to build a new stadium. They are working to close on a 326-acre piece of land at Arlington Park in Arlington Heights soon with the property envisioned to become the home of not only a new stadium but a large entertainment district.

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Warren, who was with the Minnesota Vikings organization for 15 seasons before leaving for the Big Ten, was instrumental in creating the vision for U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and seeing it through during his time as the team’s chief operating officer. The Vikings opened that venue in July 2016. Less than two years later, they also moved into their new state-of-the-art practice facility and team headquarters in Eagan, Minn. — another project that had Warren’s fingerprints all over it.

After Phillips announced his plans to retire in September, McCaskey expressed eagerness to begin a search for a replacement with the help of search firm Nolan Partners, Phillips and Tanesha Wade, the Bears senior vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion. McCaskey listed several key traits he would be searching for in a candidate including leadership, vision, humility and consensus building.