Carl Peterson Back In The Saddle Again

Ever since Carl Peterson and the Kansas City Chiefs parted ways, it’s been assumed by many that he would take over as the general manager or president of the Miami Dolphins.  He’s close to owner Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and no matter what his future holds in Miami, it’s clear he already has plenty of […]

Jared Allen No Fan Of Carl Peterson Or Clark Hunt

You would be hard pressed to find many more players that Kansas City Chiefs fans liked as much as Jared Allen in recent history.  The defensive end took the team by storm after then-coach Dick Vermeil demanded the Chiefs spend a fourth round pick on him out of Idaho State. Things turned south for Allen […]

Carl Peterson’s Connection To Chiefs-Packers

Try as we may, there doesn’t seem to be any way to escape Carl Peterson.  The latest run in between the Kansas City Chiefs and their former President/GM will take place Friday night in Green Bay, though this one is for a good cause. Peterson’s USA Football — he’s the Chairman — will celebrate ‘USA […]

Carl Peterson Understands The Battle Of The Books

From the very beginning of the CBA talks between the owners and NFLPA, the opening of the league’s books has been a bone of contention.  Once the league came around and offered five years worth of numbers, the players demanded ten.  The statements from the owners offer costs, but not details, something that is causing […]

Bill Parcells Out, Carl Peterson In?

Bill Parcells, father-in-law to Chiefs GM Scott Pioli, reportedly has cleared out his office with the Dolphins just a month after announcing he would be taking a much smaller role within the organization, paving the way for his official exit from Miami.  Could a familiar name end up taking his place?  The Palm Beach Post […]

Carl Peterson On The Wonderlic

Former Kansas City Chiefs President/GM Carl Peterson sat down with Bob Gretz to talk about one of the most talked about issues during draft time: the Wonderlic Test. “The Wonderlic does not tell us about a player’s football intelligence,” said Peterson, who in over 30 years of evaluating potential players saw a lot of Wonderlic […]

Carl Peterson: Too Early For Trades

The NFL trade deadline is later today and very rarely do you see a lot of activity.  The Kansas City Chiefs have already made one trade — sending Tank Tyler to Carolina — and are rumored to be listening to offers for any player not named Cassel or Jackson. Former Chiefs GM Carl Peterson told […]

Around The Web: New Look Chiefs Again, Thigpen in SC, Happy Birthday

The Chiefs are looking for a fresh start with a promising season on the horizon.  Sound familiar?  Kent Babb at the Kansas City Star takes a look back at the 2008 Chiefs training camp and season. This time last year, the Chiefs were flying.  Longtime team president Carl Peterson had relinquished some of his control, […]

Around The Web: Mr. Vrabel Goes To Washington, What If Chiefs, Sleeper Behind LJ?

A slew of NFL players swept across Capitol Hill yesterday to ask lawmakers to take a tough look at owner’s profits as the two sides prepare to fight over TV money and other revenue.  Among the players in attendance was Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel. The contract between players and owners doesn’t expire for two years, […]

Around The Web: OTA Accomplishments, Siavii Resurfaces, Peterson Attends Service for KU’s Frederick

On Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley decided to end practice two days earlier than planned.  The question entering training camp is just how much the team accomplished during their offseason workouts.  This morning Bob Gretz looks at five things the Chiefs got done, including the rehabilitation of Larry Johnson. Just consider where […]

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