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Old 01-05-2009, 08:01 AM  
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Dominik A Candidate For Chiefs G.M. Position

http://www.pewterreport.com/articles/view/5074

Dominik A Candidate For Chiefs G.M. Position

By: Scott Reynolds

January 4, 2009 @ 9:40pm
Bucs director of pro personnel Mark Dominik is being considered for the K.C. G.M. position (Cliff Welch)

Bucs director of pro personnel Mark Dominik is being considered for the K.C. G.M. position (Cliff Welch)

Bucs director of pro personnel Mark Dominik, who grew up in Kansas and graduated from KU, has emerged as a candidate for the Chiefs G.M. position. Dominik has spent the last 14 years in the Bucs' pro scouting department. ALSO: Raheem Morris interviews in Denver for the head coaching job on Monday.



Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Raheem Morris, who interviews for the vacant Broncos head-coaching job on Monday in Denver, may not be the only member of the Buccaneers headed to the AFC West.

NFL Network’s Adam Schefter reports that Bucs director of pro personnel Mark Dominik is one of the candidates Kansas City owner Clark Hunt is considering for the Chiefs general manager position. Carl Peterson stepped down at the end of the season in Kansas City after serving as the team’s president and general manager since 1989.

According to Schefter, other candidates for the Chiefs general manager position include New England executive Scott Pioli, Indianapolis vice president of football operations Chris Polian and San Diego director of player personnel Jimmy Raye.

Dominik has ties to the Kansas City area, growing up in nearby Lawrence, Kans. and graduating from the University of Kansas. Dominik got his start in pro football with the Chiefs as a scouting intern in 1994 before being hired by the Buccaneers to work in the pro scouting department in June 1995. Dominik has quite a front office resume` having worked for Peterson, Terry Bradway and Bill Rees in Kansas City for a year a half before coming to Tampa Bay where he worked for general manager Rich McKay and personnel men Jerry Angelo, Tim Ruskell, Ruston Webster and general manager Bruce Allen.

Determining the fate of Kansas City head coach Herm Edwards, whom Dominik worked with in Tampa Bay from 1996-2000, will be the priority for the Chiefs’ new general manager. Dominik has some experience to lean on having worked with some outstanding coaches in his 14-year NFL career, including Marty Schottenheimer in Kansas City, and Tony Dungy and Jon Gruden in Tampa Bay.

After working as an assistant pro scout upon his arrival in Tampa Bay in 1995, Dominik was promoted to the role of pro scout in ’98. In 2000, he was elevated to the role of pro personnel coordinator before being named the team’s pro personnel director in 2004.

Sources in Kansas City have told PewterReport.com that Dominik is a candidate for the vacant G.M. position and that the 43-year old Hunt, who inherited ownership of the team from his deceased father, legendary NFL owner and oil tycoon Lamar Hunt, wants to go with a younger, forward-thinking general manager to replace Peterson, who is 20 years his elder. The 37-year old Dominik seems to fit the criteria and has played a role in Tampa Bay signing former Pro Bowl linebacker Shelton Quarles from the Canadian Football League, signing starting left tackle Donald Penn off Minnesota’s practice squad and helping the team acquire center Jeff Faine and wide receiver Antonio Bryant this year among others.

Like Clark, Broncos owner Pat Bowlen wants to go in a younger direction at head coach after firing the 56-year old Mike Shanahan on Wednesday after coaching in Denver for 14 years. The 32-year old Morris, who signed a two-year extension on Christmas to replace legendary Bucs defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin, meets Bowlen's criteria and flies to Denver for an interview on Monday. Bowlen has already met with New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnulo and New England play-caller Josh McDaniels.
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:05 AM   #2
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:18 AM   #3
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Determining the fate of Kansas City head coach Herm Edwards, whom Dominik worked with in Tampa Bay from 1996-2000, will be the priority for the Chiefs’ new general manager.
I don't like this, it could mean he would retain Herm.
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:20 AM   #4
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He sounds like the prospect most likely to keep Herm, no thanks.
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:34 AM   #5
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:44 AM   #6
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It doesn't look like he has much to do with Tampa's draft, and I can't think of any stand out free agent acquisitions they've had that impress me all that much (and I don't have time to go look them up). I mean I guess Garcia was pretty good but I like KC's direction of building with younger talent (also one reason btw that I don't like Pioli).
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Old 01-05-2009, 08:58 AM   #7
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Picking up a starting playoff left tackle off another's team practice squad (Donald Penn), a Super Bowl middle linebacker from Canada (Shelton Quarles) and signing a Pro Bowl quality receiver nobody else wanted off the street (Antonio Bryant) is as good a sign of work from a pro personnel director as possible.

The first stage of big money free agency is driven by owners, GMs, and head coaches. Finding diamonds in the rough for short money is the job of a pro personnel director and no one has done better than Dominik.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:04 AM   #8
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:05 AM   #9
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Picking up a starting playoff left tackle off another's team practice squad (Donald Penn), a Super Bowl middle linebacker from Canada (Shelton Quarles) and signing a Pro Bowl quality receiver nobody else wanted off the street (Antonio Bryant) is as good a sign of work from a pro personnel director as possible.

The first stage of big money free agency is driven by owners, GMs, and head coaches. Finding diamonds in the rough for short money is the job of a pro personnel director and no one has done better than Dominik.
Ok like I said I don't have time to look it up I'm too AFC West centric to have even heard of Donald Penn - is he above average? Shelton Quarles I've heard of (a position the Chiefs have struggled mightily to fill). Unless I'm confusing Antonio Bryant with someone else he's older than what I hope the Chiefs continue to build with.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:08 AM   #10
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that fact that Zouk likes him should scare the shit out Chiefs fans everywhere
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:37 AM   #11
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This sounds like the guy Clark will go with, since Clark wants to keep Herm, this guy would more than likely keep him. Doesn't look good ... on all aspects. I like the choices from N.E., Indy, Steelers, & Ravens .. those are teams who handle their elder statesmen well, constantly rebuild or rather find talent to restock and are winners year after year.

BTW, I don't like the guy from S.D. coz I'm not too impressed with how Smith has run things there. Now just in case SD wins the SB, it will prove him correct over firing a 14-2 coach ... if they get beat this coming week-end .. nope!!!

Gotta admit that SD did us a favor by allowing Clark to interview the guy from Indy this week ... if he so desires.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:44 AM   #12
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Bob Dole has a sinking feeling that Clark is going to go the cheapest route possible...and since Bob Dole hasn't seen this guy's name on anyone else's list, this is probably it.
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:11 AM   #13
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Bob Dole has a sinking feeling that Clark is going to go the cheapest route possible...and since Bob Dole hasn't seen this guy's name on anyone else's list, this is probably it.
Dude, If we hire this cat, I'm done. They'll continue to wallow in mediocrity and my loyalty can only take some much being trampled on.
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Old 01-05-2009, 11:04 AM   #14
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Not happening.

Even with Clark keeping things close to the vest, something would have leaked by now - Tampa missing the playoffs means this guy went un-contacted for an entire week - and is supposedly a candidate?

Sorry, I don't see it.
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Old 01-05-2009, 11:13 AM   #15
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If he can bring Morris along with him...
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