Kansas City Chiefs ownership at a glance

Chief Chairman Clark Hunt says 'we don't want guys who are going to be a problem in the community.' Denny Medley/USA TODAY Sports

Majority owners: Clark Hunt, 50, is chairman and operates the team. He owns 24.5 percent of the Kansas City Chiefs, as do siblings Lamar Hunt Jr., 58; Sharron Hunt, 57; and Daniel Hunt, 38.

Minority owner: Norma Hunt, age unknown

Source of wealth: Hunt Oil Company

Net worth: Forbes listed the Hunt family as the 13th wealthiest in the United States at $15 billion.

Residence: Dallas

Marital status: Married

Family: Wife, Tavia; daughters, Gracelyn and Ava; son, Knobel

Education: Southern Methodist University (business administration)

When purchased team and for how much: Inherited from his father, Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt, who died Dec. 13, 2006.

Franchise valuation: $1.1 billion (Forbes)

2014 revenue/rank: $260 million/26th (Forbes)

Owns stadium: No

Ownership philosophy: Hires people and lets them do their jobs. That backfired on him when he hired an under-qualified general manager in Scott Pioli. Since then, rather than have the coach report to the general manager, who then reports to the chairman, both general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid report to him separately.

Defining moment in ownership tenure: Having to fire Pioli in 2012, four years after hiring him. Hunt wanted stability when he hired Pioli, but his administration was full of tumult.

Regular/postseason wins-losses during tenure: 50-81/0-3

General managers during tenure: Carl Peterson (2006-08), Scott Pioli (2009-12), John Dorsey (2013-current)

Coaches during tenure: Herman Edwards (2006-08), Todd Haley (2009-11), Romeo Crennel (2011-12), Andy Reid (2013-present)

Playoff appearances: 2006, 2010, 2013

Super Bowl appearances/championships: None

NFL committees: Finance, digital media, international (chair), management council executive committee.