Pete Carroll knows it’s going to be tough going forward in a passing league and losing two cornerbacks for the rest of the regular season. Brandon Browner gave up his futile fight so he could get on with his punishment. Though it’s not official, Richard Sherman should suffer the same fate. Losing half of your secondary is a devastating blow in a playoff run and now the Seahawks have to find a way for four games to replace the production of two top notch corners. Carroll, always the optimistic one, won’t accept defeat so easily and excuses are for the weak. "On we go," Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll said according to Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times. "I've been disappointed about the whole situation, that it is something that he had to deal with it, and we had to deal with it," "But there is nothing we can do at this point." Walter Thurmond will replace Browner but it is a steep drop off, while Jeremy Lane will play the nickel.