Chiefs GM John Dorsey: One week on the job

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Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey has been on the job for one week. It was last Monday that the Chiefs formally introduced Dorsey as the new GM. What's he been doing since he was introduced last week?

Monday

John Dorsey was introduced last Monday. He called it his dream job. 88 percent of AP readers approved of the hire.


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Tuesday

He talked to the media. A lot. He talked with both radio stations and did a little local TV. Not quite the media tour Andy Reid went on but locally it was similar. He revealed the plans for the Chiefs No. 1 pick -- "pick the best available player".

He was also asked if there's a quarterback who the Chiefs could take No. 1 overall. Here's his answer.

Wednesday

Not much. This guy must be slacking.

Thursday

We have a free agent signing! Dorsey's first free agent with the Chiefs is a tight end named Steven Baker. OK, not the franchise quarterback we wanted but, still, a free agent!

Friday

Yet another free agent -- defensive lineman Daniel Muir. He has ties to both the Packers (Dorsey) and the Jets (new DC Bob Sutton). He's a journeyman-type player but was a regular starter for Indianapolis for a couple of years.

Saturday

Everyone needs a day off.

Sunday

Word comes out that the Chiefs plan to work out free agent quarterback Rudy Carpenter. Before you freak out -- no, the guy is not going to be the Chiefs starting QB next year. You need quarterbacks of all kind -- first string, second string, third string and even practice squaders.


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