"He will be a GM really quick, so there's going to be a time when he's not here, and we're going to have to continue to move on", Gutekunst said Monday, according to Bill Huber of Packer Report.
Dorsey's hiring of Wolf and Highsmith is a return to a more "traditional" football model for Cleveland's front office, which emphasized analytics in two failed seasons under fired vice president of football operations Sashi Brown. He was the highest-ranking executive with a scouting background in the previous regime led by Sashi Brown, who was sacked December 7 and immediately replaced by Dorsey.
Finally, Ken Kovash will move into a vice president position in the strategy department after spending the past two years as vice president of player personnel.
"We're lucky to add Alonzo and Eliot to our personnel staff", said Dorsey, who was hired last month by owner Jimmy Haslam.
Dorsey played linebacker for the Packers for six seasons, then was hired as a scout in 1991 and worked with Highsmith and Wolf.
"Alonzo and I share the same passion for this great game of football".
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Wolf, who is the son of Hall of Fame general manager Ron Wolf, is the third former Green Bay Packers executive recently to head to the Browns staff - joining current GM John Dorsey and vice president of football operations Alonzo Highsmith. "We are going to set out to find talented football players that possess that same passion for the game".
Wolf, 35, graduated from Miami and got an opportunity with the Packers shortly thereafter in 2004 as a pro personnel assistant.
"Eliot has been a fine executive in this league for some time now".
The Packers will likely promote from within to replace Highsmith and Wolf.
Dorsey and Wolf worked together for nine years in Green Bay. He just finished up his 22nd year scouting players in Green Bay. "He's been a big reason for the consistent success the Packers have experienced over the last decade". When the Packers announced that general manager Ted Thompson was being transitioned to a different role and the front office would experience a shake-up, many assumed that Wolf would be the one to land the GM job. After the Browns have compiled a 1-31 record the last two seasons, Dorsey and company are looking to add significant talent to the roster to make sure another miserable season does not happen. Scott ended up as the 24th overall pick in the draft.