John Dorsey, a former Green Bay Packers personnel executive, walked into a pretty nice situation in his new job with the Cleveland Browns. He has a bounty in the NFL Draft that might just turn ...
The Green Bay Packers are losing one of their internal GM candidates. Senior personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith is taking a job with the Cleveland Browns.
John Dorsey will not be the next GM of the Green Bay Packers. He's going to have the stench of the Cleveland Browns on him, so he won't even be around long.
The Cleveland Browns fired their GM and they'd like former Packers director of football operations John Dorsey on board. The Browns should be demoted.
Why did John Dorsey get fired in Kansas City? We now know. Because he's Ted Thompson, which makes perfect sense. But there's something else that doesn't.
Even though John Dorsey is available, don't expect him to be the Green Bay Packers' next general manager. That person will almost certainly come from within.
The Kansas City Chiefs surprisingly fired GM John Dorsey. Your move, Green Bay Packers. Bout time for Ted Thompson to hang it up, isn't it?
Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey has been mentioned as a candidate to take over for Ted Thompson in Green Bay. How have they drafted? One better than the other.
The Kansas City media grilled Chiefs GM John Dorsey about his potential interest in the same job with the Green Bay Packers. He said he isn't interested (kind of).
It had been suggested that Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey may be the man to replace Ted Thompson. That flame has been fanned again.
Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey could well be the Green Bay Packers next GM, if it happens this year. Coincidence or well-laid plan?
The NCAA tournament is down to the Sweet 16. We pick the best Green Bay Packers from each of the remaining 16 schools. How's that for some March Madness?
The Green Bay Packers have some personnel issues, mostly because they haven't drafted well. So, was Ted Thompson's success the product of his personnel execs?
The Green Bay Packers lost director of college scouting John Dorsey over the weekend and could lose vice president of football operations Russ Ball. The front office shouldn't miss a beat though.