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Report: Packers' John Dorsey has interviewed for Chiefs GM job

Various reports pegged the Packers' John Dorsey as the leading candidate for the Chiefs GM job. According to a report from Green Bay, Dorsey has interviewed with the Chiefs.

Jamie Squire

The Kansas City Chiefs GM search is on and Clark Hunt said on Monday that they had already begun the interview process. The reported favorite is John Dorsey, the Green Bay Packers director of operations.

According to a report from NBC 26 in Green Bay, Dorsey has already interviewed with the Chiefs.

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The interview reportedly happened on Monday.

Dorsey has family ties to the area and has a relationship with Andy Reid, which is part of the reason people quickly connected him to Kansas City when GM Scott Pioli was fired last Friday.

The other candidate that's come up with Tom Heckert, Reid's former personnel man in Philly. Heckert was most recently the GM of the Cleveland Browns, who fired him on Monday. It's unclear where Heckert stands in the process, if at all.

Reid and Hunt both spoke about the vacant GM position on Monday, indicating that the next GM will have control over the personnel.

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