Glenn Dorsey: The Turning Point of the Kansas City Chiefs

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Published: July 8, 2009

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... he didn't record 15 sacks and didn't go to the Pro-Bowl? Let me inform you that defensive tackles are one of the slowest positions to develop as a player, especially as a rookie. Not many D-tackles become rookie of the year.

Dorsey will be moving to defensive end due to the Chiefs going to the 3-4 defense. Dorsey is too light to be the nose tackle, and I agree. Dorsey should be able to record more sacks and tackles at his new position.

But is Dorsey fast enough for his new position?

He might need a year or two to adjust to his new position. I have no clue if he will become a Pro-Bowl D-end or a complete bust.

None of us know, but we all hope to find out soon. 2009 first round pick Tyson Jackson will play opposite Dorsey on the line with Tank Tyler in the middle. This should be one of the most talented defensive lines the Chiefs have had in a long time.

The Chiefs are still one of the youngest teams in the league. The draft class of '08 could be the ...

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