KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs general manager John Dorsey talked to the media for the first time since free agency opened last week:Q: Where does that leave you at wide receiver now?DORSEY: “This is just really the mid part of the second week of free agency; there are still players out there. What I like to do is, in this draft, this draft is very deep in terms of wide receivers with skills. We always talk about (how) we’re going to turn over every rock possible as we move forward here and that’s kind of part of the process right now. As this plan moves forward, we’re going to continue to add competitive depth to our roster and that’s what we do every day. We come in here and we try to find the best possible players we can.”Q: When did you have a sense that the guys who were picked up early in free agency weren’t going to be Chiefs for very much longer?DORSEY: “Nobody ever wants to lose good football players, and I wish all of those guys the best because not only did they help the Chiefs (by) contributing in 2013, but they’re good guys too. That’s… Read full this story
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