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Packers Calendar: Dorsey to Be Introduced as Chiefs G.M.

As the Packers go about conducting their exit interviews and many of the players prepare to leave town for the offseason, there is little going on in the way of media coverage on a Monday after the Packers were bounced from the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Former Packers director of football operations John Dorsey will be introduced as the new general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs at 2 p.m. CT with a press conference broadcasted at the Chiefs website.

Dorsey will be reunited with new Chiefs coach Andy Reid. Both worked for the Packers together during the 90s.

The scouting process also ramps up this week beginning with the East-West Shrine Game that begins holding practices on Monday afternoon. Packers scouts can be expected to be in attendance in the Tampa Bay area this week.

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dawg's picture

Big,Big loss!!!!!
John will be missed by TT, and Packer nation when it comes to the draft! Player evaluation!
DAMN--Whats going on?

some guy's picture

What's confusing about it? A promotion was offered. He took it. You think he's going to keep working under TT when he can build his own team?

dawg's picture

Now I see why TT signed his latest contract.
Might be his last! Dorsey big loss!
Go Pack Go!

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