John Dorsey, right, had been the subject of speculation recently in Green Bay, where he cut his teeth as a front-office executive in the NFL. However, a source said on Saturday that the Chiefs general manager would stay in KC through at least the 2017 season.
John Dorsey, right, had been the subject of speculation recently in Green Bay, where he cut his teeth as a front-office executive in the NFL. However, a source said on Saturday that the Chiefs general manager would stay in KC through at least the 2017 season. David Eulitt
John Dorsey, right, had been the subject of speculation recently in Green Bay, where he cut his teeth as a front-office executive in the NFL. However, a source said on Saturday that the Chiefs general manager would stay in KC through at least the 2017 season. David Eulitt

Chiefs GM John Dorsey expected to remain with team through 2017 season

January 28, 2017 01:18 PM

UPDATED January 28, 2017 09:01 PM

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