The Cleveland Browns have officially named John Dorsey as their new general manager on Thursday evening.
Dorsey replaces Sashi Brown, who was fired earlier in the day as the team’s executive vice president for football operations. The 57-year old Dorsey will reportedly get a four-year contract and be introduced at a press conference on Friday.
A former linebacker on the Green Bay Packers, Dorsey ran the Chiefs as General Manager from 2013-2016 and also ran the team’s draft in 2017 before being fired this past June. Over the course of that time, he provided an influx of talent into the Kansas City roster with the drafting of players such as Travis Kelce, Marcus Peters, Tyreek Hill and Kareem Hunt.
Under Dorsey, the Chiefs recorded a 43-21 record, the fourth highest winning percentage in the NFL in the span of 2013-16.
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