John Dorsey for NFL Exec. of the Year...

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If the rumors are true (the morning edition of the Hartford Courant), then the UConn Alum is THE candidate. Prying O.B.J. from the Giants for the Browns' 1st & 3rd draft choices & safety Jabril Peppers gives Baker Mayfield quite the receiver corps when paired with Jarvis Landry.
My question is did Gettleman get enough in return? AND, what will he do with TWO first rounders? Stay tuned.
 
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Loved Dorsey when he was with the Packers.

I think the giants did well in the trade and the Browns did as well. It was a win win.
 

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I wish the Giants could trade GMs...Gettleman for Dorsey, straight up.
 
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As a Giants fan I hope Gettleman does not wind up with a record like Emile Francis who destroyed the Whalers.
 
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Difference: Giants are moving nowhere.

Chiefs tore apart their defense. Andy Reid might get exposed some now.
 
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Difference: Giants are moving nowhere.

Chiefs tore apart their defense. Andy Reid might get exposed some now.
Their defense was an embarrassment. People are losing their minds that they let Houston and Ford go, but Ford doesn’t fit the 4-3 and Houston doesn’t really either. Impressed they got a second rounder for Ford.
 

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The chiefs just dumped all of dorseys bad contracts that put them in a bad spot salary cap wise. He did good with KC but wasnt the best with money. Houston and Berry were both bad Dorsey contracts. All though houston had just come off a 22 sack season.

KC will load up in the draft and with roster cut guys on the defensive side.
 
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The chiefs just dumped all of dorseys bad contracts that put them in a bad spot salary cap wise. He did good with KC but wasnt the best with money. Houston and Berry were both bad Dorsey contracts. All though houston had just come off a 22 sack season.

KC will load up in the draft and with roster cut guys on the defensive side.
Of course now they will have this to deal with

Investigation involving Chiefs WR Hill underway
 
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KC has Patrick Mahomes because of John Dorsey. And yet KC fans are sick lemmings that they acted like they discovered the cure for cancer when Dorsey was let go.

I hope Cleveland wins a million Super Bowls before KC wins another.
 
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I read this analogy on dorsey recently ... “hes a great house flipper but not a great interior designer.” An amazing eye for talent but no good with the money. Id take him in a heartbeat to work for UConn.
 
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If the rumors are true (the morning edition of the Hartford Courant), then the UConn Alum is THE candidate. Prying O.B.J. from the Giants for the Browns' 1st & 3rd draft choices & safety Jabril Peppers gives Baker Mayfield quite the receiver corps when paired with Jarvis Landry.
My question is did Gettleman get enough in return? AND, what will he do with TWO first rounders? Stay tuned.
JMO but I think the Giants fleeced The Browns in this deal. OBJ is a great player but he is a total primadonna. The Giants are going into rebuild mode, and you don't build around players that are divisive influences in the locker room.
 

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A KC-based fluff piece from some guys looking to diminish Dorsey after he was out the door?

Dorsey was the GM for Hunt, Hill, Peters, Kelce, Fisher and Mahomes in KC. Somehow the Chiefs stockpiled a stacked roster in spite of him. The Browns go from historically bad to almost-.500 to a playoff contender almost overnight. Apparently he peed in someone's cheerios in KC. Let's see what kind of cereal they're eating over the next couple of years.
 

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