Speck said in a tweet that he wouldn’t call the talks "positive" and said the two sides "got a long ways to go."
"First off, I‘m not going to talk about another team’s player and I think it’s not prudent for me to talk about that, so with that being said I won’t talk about it," Dorsey said. And he endorsed Chiefs starting quarterback Alex Smith. "We’ve said all along he is the starter — I don’t know what more you want to say," Dorsey said, via the Kansas City Star. "He’s led this franchise to three playoff seasons out of four, which is pretty good in my eyes."
"I will say from my perspective, we’ve had very positive, very positive conversations with his representatives," Dorsey said during a conference call.
"I think this is one of the most stable franchises in the National Football League, and I think that leadership starts at the top. The relationship that (president) Mark Donovan, myself and Andy have and Clark, it’s awesome. I love coming to work everyday. I don’t know more I could say, but I do love it here and I do love this community."
The fourth ranked RB according to WalterFootball.com, Kamara has drawn comparisons to current Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles in that "both are fast slashers who are built well with some power." He is a projected first to second round pick.
"I think one team that could be in play is the Kansas City Chiefs," Albert Breer said on his podcast. "It’ll be interesting to see because they’re out of guaranteed money with Alex Smith. It feels like they’ve kinda hit a ceiling. You wonder if Andy Reid looks at it and says maybe the smart thing to do here is to bring in Tony Romo and draft a quarterback in the first or second round and that way we have our future in place. We can develop the guy in the background because we have Romo and Romo gives us a good chance to win now if we can keep him healthy. Of course, the big wild card being his health."