We're pleased to announce the signing of the first of our two number one draft choicesChiefs sign Dorsey to six-year deal Jul 26, 2008
In my conversation with Priest, he was excited about playingPriest Holmes will try to play for Chiefs Jul 25, 2007
Although Priest Holmes has made much progress medically this fall, we have decided with Priest that he will finish the 2006 season on Reserve/PUPChiefs say Holmes is done for season Nov 28, 2006
Holmes is still under contract to the Chiefs for the 2007, 2008 and 2009 seasonsChiefs say Holmes is done for season Nov 28, 2006
We're happy to have both Tamba and Brodie under contractChiefs sign Tamba Hali and Brodie Croyle Jul 27, 2006
Carl D. Peterson grew up in Long Beach, California, and is an alumnus of the UCLA. He is best known as the former president, general manager, and chief executive officer of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He served in those roles from 1989-2008. Peterson hired four coaches for the Chiefs during his tenure: Marty Schottenheimer, Gunther Cunningham, Dick Vermeil, and Herman Edwards.
Peterson took over the general manager duties in 1989 from Jim Schaaf. During his 20 years at the helm in Kansas City, the Chiefs amassed a 176–141–1 record, won the AFC West four times and reached the AFC Championship Game in 1993.
On December 15, 2008, Owner Clark Hunt announced Peterson's resignation effective the end of the 2008 NFL season.