Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says he was disappointed by Marshawn Lynch for his arrest on charges of driving under the influence in Northern California, but said he's had good communication with his star running back following the incident.
The Seahawks opened training camp Saturday with most of the focus on the three-way battle for the starting quarterback position and whether Lynch might face discipline from either the team or the NFL for his July 14 arrest.
Carroll said the team is limited in what it can say regarding Lynch's situation. Lynch pleaded not guilty earlier this week to two charges in Alameda County Superior Court.
The QB competition is between Tarvaris Jackson, Matt Flynn and Russell Wilson. Carroll says he has a specific timetable in place for determining the starter, but isn't sharing.