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Carl D. Peterson

Team Executive

NFL

HQ Phone:  (212) 450-2000

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

USA Football Inc


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YMCA SCHOOL-AGE CHILDCARE SERVICES


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Oakland Raiders


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Foschi


Scottish Claymores


Affiliations

Third and Long Foundation

Board Member


Pop Warner

Chairman of Trustees


Maxwell Football Club

Member, National Boards


International World President's Organization

Member


Kansas City Chiefs

President


AFL

Founder


Police Pension Fund

Board Member


Education

U.S. Military Academy at West Point


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Bachelor of Science degree

Kinesiology

UCLA


Doctorate

Administration in Higher Education

UCLA


Master's Degree

Kinesiology


master's degrees

kinesiology

UCLA


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Contact Us | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body

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Carl Peterson
Carl Peterson Chairman Carl Peterson Chairman, USA Football Carl Peterson Chairman, USA Football A successful football scout, coach and NFL team executive for more than 40 years, Peterson was named USA Football chairman in June 2009. Best known as one of the NFL's most successful team executives with the Kansas City Chiefs (1989-2008), Peterson cut his teeth in the game as a high school coach before advancing as a coach on the college Division II and Division I-A levels from 1966-75. After serving as receivers coach at his alma mater UCLA (1972-75), Peterson followed Bruins head coach Dick Vermeil to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1976 to become the team's director of player personnel. Peterson helped the Eagles earn their first Super Bowl berth in 1980. In 2016, Peterson received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor from the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, which pays homage to the immigrant experience and the contribution made to America by immigrants and their children.


Executive Bios | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body

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Carl Peterson, Chairman
USA Football, the sport's national governing body on youth and amateur levels, announced Carl Peterson as its chairman on June 16, 2009. A successful football scout, coach and NFL team executive for more than 40 years, Peterson holds a key leadership role within the independent non-profit organization. Peterson, best known as one of the NFL's most successful team executives with the Kansas City Chiefs from 1989 to January 2009, cut his teeth in the game as a high school coach before advancing as a coach on the college Division II and Division I-A levels from 1966-75. After serving as receivers coach at his alma mater UCLA (1972-75), Peterson followed Bruins head coach Dick Vermeil to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1976 to become the team's director of player personnel. Peterson helped the Eagles earn their first Super Bowl berth in 1980. In 1982, Peterson was hired as the general manager and president of the United States Football League's Philadelphia Stars, where he led the team to a 7-1 postseason record and two league championships before joining the Chiefs in December 1988. The Chiefs had made just one playoff appearance in the 15 seasons prior to Peterson's arrival. Under his leadership, the team enjoyed 13 winning seasons, advanced to the postseason nine times and earned four AFC West divisional championships. Peterson presides over USA Football's Board of Directors and offers insight toward USA Football initiatives.


PROGRAM INFO

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His uncle is former longtime NFL executive and current USA Football Chairman, Carl Peterson.
This is Coach Peterson's second year at Desert Mountain and his is thrilled to be part of the Wolves Program.


Executive Bios | Youth Football | USA Football | Football's National Governing Body

usafootball.com [cached]

Carl Peterson, Chairman
USA Football, the sport's national governing body on youth and amateur levels, announced Carl Peterson as its chairman on June 16, 2009. A successful football scout, coach and NFL team executive for more than 40 years, Peterson holds a key leadership role within the independent non-profit organization. Peterson, best known as one of the NFL's most successful team executives with the Kansas City Chiefs from 1989 to January 2009, cut his teeth in the game as a high school coach before advancing as a coach on the college Division II and Division I-A levels from 1966-75. After serving as receivers coach at his alma mater UCLA (1972-75), Peterson followed Bruins head coach Dick Vermeil to the Philadelphia Eagles in 1976 to become the team's director of player personnel. Peterson helped the Eagles earn their first Super Bowl berth in 1980. In 1982, Peterson was hired as the general manager and president of the United States Football League's Philadelphia Stars, where he led the team to a 7-1 postseason record and two league championships before joining the Chiefs in December 1988. The Chiefs had made just one playoff appearance in the 15 seasons prior to Peterson's arrival. Under his leadership, the team enjoyed 13 winning seasons, advanced to the postseason nine times and earned four AFC West divisional championships. Peterson presides over USA Football's Board of Directors and offers insight toward USA Football initiatives.


Neil Cornrich & NC Sports, LLC: January 2013

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• CARL PETERSON, USA Football chairman, former NFL team executive and assistant coach
USA Football is chaired by former NFL team executive Carl Peterson.


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