Nov 24, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey watches warmups before the game against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chargers won 41-38. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey Covers His Bases at Senior Bowl


The Kansas City Chiefs are out in full force at the 2014 Senior Bowl and John Dorsey is covering all of his bases. While just about everyone from national draft pundits like Mike Mayock and Gil Brandt to our own AA talking heads agree that the Chiefs biggest needs are at wide receiver and safety, that’s not going to stop general manager John Dorsey from observing, scouting and “racking and stacking” all of the talent on display at the annual college “all-star” game.

The tweets have been rolling in hot and heavy today from all over the “Twitterverse.” Here are just a couple:

 

I’m sure, as Terez put it, Dorsey is indeed covering his bases. This morning in the Fix, I linked to an article from Mr. Paylor at the Kansas City Star where he said the Chiefs were interested in pass rushers. Now he’s looking at offensive line and defensive line and everything in between.

I’ll caution every Addict that the home stretch of the scouting process is just getting underway, so don’t put too much stock in anything at this point. I’m sure that Dorsey knows, just like the rest of us, what the Chiefs need. Now, we’ll just have to see what falls to the Chiefs this year with the 23rd pick.

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  • tm1946

    It is great he is doing his due diligence but which is more important the body of work from time in college or a workout warrior for a week? Just me, LOL

  • sidibeke

    The more I think about it, the more I want them to take the best D player on the board. Really, there isn’t a spot we couldn’t upgrade or insure (another pass rushing OLB). If we get better free safety play or a better pass rush (OLB to keep H&H fresh or DE who can get to the QB) or an ILB who can cover, it will help the outlook of the Chiefs immensely. Yes, we need a WR, but when you put 44 points on the board without 32% of your offense and LOSE, it’s the other side of the ball that needs the help.