While the Kansas City Chiefs try to recover and figure out who will be their next leader of men on their football team, the Miami Dolphins have requested the sage wisdom from a former Chiefs front office legend.
According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, the Dolphins will hire Carl Peterson to an advisory role in their organization.
Back in 1988, Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt hired Peterson to handle the club's team president duties from Jack Steadman and general manager duties from Jim Schaff. Twenty years later, the Chiefs organization was quite successful under Peterson's reign, as the Chiefs' record was 176-141-1 and qualified for the NFL playoffs nine times.
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