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John Dorsey currently serves as Green Bay's director of football operations, a title he's held since May of 2012. Prior to that, he was Green Bay's director of college scouting from 2000-2012.
In that time the Packers have put together some great drafts that have included Scott Wells, Jordy Nelson, Nick Barnett, Greg Jennings, B.J. Raji, Clay Matthews, James Jones, Randall Cobb and, of course, Aaron Rodgers.
Notice the talent brought in on both sides of the ball. Dorsey helped scout all of those players.
As for his head coach, a good pick would be his former head coach in Green Bay and current Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator, Mike Sherman.
Sherman's time in Green Bay is largely forgotten, despite the fact that he has the second-best winning percentage in Packers history at .663 (behind only Vince Lombardi) and led them to four consecutive playoff berths (three of them being division championships) from 2001-2004.
Sherman himself has an eye for talent, as he is the primary architect behind a Texas A&M squad that went 10-2 this season, recruiting possible NFL first-round picks in offensive tackles Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews, as well as defensive end Damontre Moore. Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was also recruited by Sherman.
One Sherman recruit at Texas A&M is Von Miller, who is currently a candidate for Defensive Player of the Year, while Ryan Tannehill seems to be the Dolphins quarterback of the future.
Looking at the Miami offense, one might not think that Sherman's head coaching material. However you can only do so much with what he has around him (which isn't a lot).
But teamed up with his former Green Bay associate could give him the tools to make it work in New York.