The combining of forces between Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and ex-Kansas City Chiefs president Carl Peterson remains a subject of discussion among the two groups. Football betting lines
Quoting many league sources, the Miami Herald announced Thursday that Ross and Peterson continue to entertain the concept of Peterson assuming an executive role with the Dolphins. Ross and Peterson have denied reports on this topic across the week.
“Both want to make it work,” one NFL source said to the newspaper. ” ( Stephen ) Ross wants more management experience” in the front office. Basketball odds
One source informed the Herald that Peterson hadn’t reached a deal as of early Wed., with his specific responsibilities and compensation still having to be agreed upon. If Peterson does in truth join the organisation, the paper reported, he most likely could serve as the team’s executive VP of soccer operations.
Peterson worked for the Chiefs as team president, Manager and managing director from 1989 to 2008, a period in which Kansas City went 176-141-1 with nine playoff appearances.
When he fired chief coach Tony Sparano this week, Ross made it obvious the team’s objective was to find a “young Don Shula,” and that managing director Jeff Eire will remain in his current role and assist in the training search.