NFL News : Veteran Chiefs player “wasn't to pleased” with Dorsey firing

Veteran Chiefs player “wasn't to pleased” with Dorsey firing

Fallout from the surprise firing of Kansas City general manager John Dorsey continues this week as one of the Chiefs' longest tenured and most important players spoke out about the changes in the team's front office.

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Fallout from the surprise firing of Kansas City general manager John Dorsey continues this week as one of the Chiefs' longest tenured and most important players spoke out about the changes in the team's front office.

"From a subjective opinion, I wasn't too pleased," Chiefs veteran linebacker Tamba Hali commented on Good Morning Football. "I'm really fond of Mr. Dorsey. He's done a tremendous job since he's been with the organization so everything that happened the past week really caught a lot of us off guard. But I'm sure the Hunt family knows exactly what they're doing with the re-signing of our coach Andy Reid. I think everything will be fine but Mr. Dorsey will be missed with the Chiefs."

Hali has seen great success working under both Drosey and head coach Andy Reid. The Chiefs as an organization over the last four seasons had found success, making the sudden termination of the man in charge as shock nobody saw coming.

The search for a new general manager has begun in earnest. Reports suggest the Chiefs may be looking to promote from within, but are also kicking the tires on a few names from other teams, such as the Seahawks and the Titans.

Hopefully veterans like Hali can help keep the team cohesive on the field, regardless of who takes over in the Kansas City front office.

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Source: Conor Orr - NFL.com · Photo Credit: KEYSTONE PRESS