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John Dorsey was born on 30 August, 1960 in Leonardtown, MD. Discover John Dorsey's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?

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Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 30 August 1960
Birthday 30 August
Birthplace Leonardtown, MD
Nationality MD

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At 62 years old, John Dorsey height is 6′ 2″ .

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His wife is Patricia Dorsey (m. 2005)

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John Dorsey Net Worth

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On December 31, 2019, the Cleveland Browns officially announced the firing of Dorsey.


On December 7, 2017, Dorsey became the general manager of the Cleveland Browns, hours after Sashi Brown was relieved of his duties; a press conference announcing Dorsey's hiring was held the following day with team owner Jimmy Haslam. Dorsey went on to draft quarterback Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma) 1st overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, pairing him with #4 overall pick cornerback Denzel Ward (Ohio State), running back Nick Chubb (Georgia) in the Second Round, wide receiver Antonio Callaway (Florida), among others. Dorsey also traded for star wide receiver Jarvis Landry, previously a member of the Miami Dolphins. After finishing 7-8-1 in the 2018 season and missing the playoffs, Dorsey went on to trade for star wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. (previously a teammate of Landry's at LSU), as well as acquiring other assets via trade and the draft (cornerback Greedy Williams, running back Kareem Hunt, defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, and defensive end Olivier Vernon).


On January 13, 2013, Dorsey became the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs. The move reunited Dorsey with new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. The pair served on the Green Bay Packers coaching staff together from 1992 to 1997. It had previously been announced that Reid would have the final say in football matters when he came over from Philadelphia, but the Chiefs then announced that Dorsey would have the same authority over personnel as other NFL general managers. However, Dorsey and Reid reported on an equal basis to chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, unlike past years in which the coach reported to the general manager. On June 22, 2017, the Chiefs organization and Dorsey agreed to part ways, after posting a 43–21 record and three trips to the postseason in his four seasons as GM for the Chiefs. Shortly before leaving the Chiefs, former Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin said that Dorsey informed him of his release on a voicemail, which drew criticism from Maclin himself and the media. After he was fired, it was reported he was fired due to his management style, communication, as well as the Chiefs salary cap issues. His management of the salary cap led to several long term and fan favorite Chiefs players being released or traded, including Jamaal Charles and Derrick Johnson. However, Dorsey also drafted many key contributors to the Chiefs' Super Bowl LIV winning team, including superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes, speedy star receiver Tyreek Hill, and star tight end Travis Kelce, arguably Kansas City's 3 best players.


Dorsey has two adult sons from his first marriage and has a son and daughter with his current wife, Patricia. The couple first met in Kansas City while Dorsey was on a scouting trip for the Packers. After several years of dating, they were married in 2005.


In 2000, Dorsey returned to the Packers, taking over again as Director of College Scouting. He remained in that position through 2011, and winning a Super Bowl ring. In 2012, he was named Director of Football Operations. He is credited with making the Packers one of the best drafting teams in the NFL, helping choose star players like Aaron Rodgers, Clay Matthews and Greg Jennings.


In January 1999, Dorsey followed former Packers coach Mike Holmgren to the Seattle Seahawks, assuming the role of the team's Director of Player Personnel. He resigned in 2000.


After his playing career ended, Dorsey chose to remain in football, taking a job as a college scout for the Packers in May 1991. He was later promoted to Director of College Scouting for the team in February 1997.


Dorsey spent the 1989 season on the injured reserve list after suffering a knee injury during pre-game warmups of the Packers regular season opener, effectively ending his playing days. He totaled 130 tackles and two fumble recoveries during his five-year career.


Dorsey was a 4th round pick by the Green Bay Packers in the 1984 NFL Draft. He was also 7th round draft pick by the USFL's Philadelphia Stars 1984 USFL Draft. He played five seasons for Green Bay at linebacker and on special teams. His thirty-five special teams tackles for the Packers in 1984 is still a team record.


Dorsey is a son of former Maryland state senator Walter B. Dorsey and Jeanne Dorsey Mandel, who remarried in 1974 to Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel.


John Michael Dorsey (born August 30, 1960) is an American football executive and former player. He is the former general manager of the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He is a former National Football League player for the Green Bay Packers, and later served in the Packers' Scouting Department for more than two decades, including Director of College Scouting from 2000 to 2011. He served as the Seattle Seahawks' Director of Player Personnel in 1999, between two stints in Green Bay's front office.