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Reports: Packers' Dorsey to get GM opportunities

Jan. 3, 2013
 

John Dorsey could become the latest of Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson's personnel men to run his own scouting department.

Dorsey, the Packers director of football operations, is on the radar of at least two teams, according to national media reports.

Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com tonight reported via Twitter -- https://twitter.com/JasonLaCanfora -- that Dorsey will interview for the New York Jets vacant general manager job this weekend.

Earlier today, ESPN.com reported that Dorsey could be Andy Reid's choice to run his personnel department if Reid ends up as the Kansas City Chiefs head coach. The Chiefs' GM job is currently held by Scott Pioli, but he could be out if Reid goes to the Chiefs.

Thompson has sent two of his personnel lieutenants on to GM jobs. In 2010, John Schneider left the Packers to become the Seattle Seahawks general manager. Last January, Reggie McKenzie took over the Oakland Raiders.

Dorsey could not be reached for comment tonight.

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