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RENTON, Wash. – First, Pete Carroll listened to his Seattle Seahawks players during an emotional meeting on the grass berm overlooking the team’s practice fields in Renton Saturday, which was followed by a decision to cancel practice.
SEATTLE – Truth, Part 1: Earl Thomas is the most honest, candid NFL player I can remember interviewing. The former Seattle Seahawk’s unfiltered responses were as refreshing as they were compelling.
RENTON – The Baltimore Ravens’ stunning release of former Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas on Sunday continues to reverberate around the NFL.
SEATTLE – Could the 2020 Seahawks have the fastest receiving corps of the Pete Carroll era? At the least, they have the fastest receiver since Carroll became coach in 2010 in free-agent addition Phillip Dorsett.
There is no stat for this on profootballreference.com, but if it were documented, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll would probably hold the record for use of the phrase “fired up.” The man is a virtuoso of vigor – a sun-sized ball of energy.
You have to think most people were thinking it. Longtime Seahawks play-by-play man Steve Raible finally asked it.
RENTON, Wash. – Pete Carroll finally had the chance to see new safety Jamal Adams on the field in a Seattle Seahawks uniform Monday.
The Seahawks couldn’t have asked for better conditions for the opening of training camp, as a picture-perfect day with temperatures in the mid-70s greeted Seattle on Tuesday morning.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday he hopes the league will consider pushing that date back if needed to make sure that all players, coaches and support staff are kept safe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SEATTLE – Pete Carroll was eloquent Thursday about the need to strive for social justice and equality – in action, not just words. And the Seahawks’ coach believes the NFL has the platform to influence that movement.
Quinton Dunbar spent Thursday morning on a video conference talking about what he could add to the Seattle Seahawks defense after arriving via a trade in March.
Try searching for pundits who picked the Seahawks to win 11 games last year.
The Seattle Seahawks delivered one of the surprises of the first round of the NFL draft by selecting Texas Tech linebacker Jordyn Brooks with the No. 27 pick Thursday night.
You really wouldn’t expect Seahawks coach Pete Carroll to view the challenges facing every individual and business right now as anything other than another opportunity to compete.
We’re two weeks into the NFL free-agent signing period – players were first allowed to negotiate with teams on March 16 – and the pace of activity is predictably beginning to slow.
March is the time of year when the lure of the big name can prove hard to resist in the NFL.
Few will dispute that Carroll is the most successful coach in the organization’s history. And given his consistency, it’s hard to argue that he isn’t one of the best coaches in the NFL today.
The Seahawks are scheduled to have the 27th pick in the first round, and most observers think Seattle will lean toward improving its defense.
There is a growing sense of urgency for the Seahawks, as quarterback Russell Wilson continues to travel the north side of 30. The Seahawks’ quest now is to not let the prime of one of the great QBs of his era slip away without another serious run – or more – at a title.
While he’s become one of the top quarterbacks in the time since Russell Wilson was last in the Super Bowl, the gap without a championship game appearance is becoming more noticeable and tougher for the highest-paid player in the NFL to accept.