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Old 01-26-2013, 09:34 PM   Topic Starter
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John Dorsey's staff meeting at the Senior Bowl

Didn't see this posted... from earlier this week at the Senior Bowl practices (from Gretz's website: http://www.bobgretz.com/)

More details about this meeting from Gretz:

Wednesday afternoon’s practice for the South team had been over for 45-plus minutes. The players had done interviews, signed autographs and left on buses to go back to the hotel. Fans and media had cleared out, as had almost all of the NFL scouting folks.

The only remaining bodies in Ladd Peebles Stadium were a clean-up crew on the practice field and near the top of the east grandstand was a group of 20 men. They sat in the bleachers at listened intently as new Chiefs GM John Dorsey conducted what amounted to a staff meeting.

It happened after every practice held at the stadium. The workout ended, everyone dispersed save the Chiefs contingent.

Turns out it was a combination staff meeting, teaching session and debriefing on what had just happened, what was ahead and how the Chiefs were going to handle the rest of the day or week. Dorsey had been in the chair less than a week when the Chiefs arrived over the last weekend. These sessions were some of the first opportunities Dorsey had to speak to his scouts
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