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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 4:52 am 
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Barry Jackson wrote:
Consultant Carl Peterson, the former Chiefs president and owner Stephen Ross’ buddy, no longer has an active role on the Dolphins’ football side after assuming a big one during the coach search. Peterson, who met with all the candidates, did a lot of background work on Philbin, calling Packers coach Mike McCarthy, general manager Ted Thompson and others. Peterson said this week that even though Philbin didn’t call the plays in Green Bay, “McCarthy told me that on first and second down, he asked Joe, ‘What do you think?’ Joe has a great capacity to communicate with everyone at all levels. He’s impressive.”


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Carl Peterson will always be Ross' what do you think guy.

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FINesse wrote:
Carl Peterson will always be Ross' what do you think guy.


Dont see alot wrong with that tho. Better to have an owner that would rather ask for a second opinion than a guy like Davis (RIP) or Jones who thinks they know best.

And many NFL teams retain consultants..

Only thing I would hope changes in the future is the big question of who is doing what. If he brings in someone as a consultant, just say it.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2012 7:09 am 
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Isn't the role of a consultant to come in when there is a job to do and leave when there isn't?

I spent 10+ years in consulting. That's how it worked for us.

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