Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says that quarterback Russell Wilson is a lot further along this year then he was last year.
“He’s threw a couple of balls today, things that we talked about over the offseason that he’d like to take a shot at, and he did it today just to see what would happen with full awareness of why he was doing it,” Carroll said, per the News...
Seattle Seahawks coaches and players are already impressed with their new talent at wide receiver as the first day of organized team activities got underway on Monday. Percy Harvin, who was acquired via trade with the Vikings, reportedly put a series of moves on third-year cornerback
Pete Carroll has done a heck of a job crafting the Seattle Seahawks into a contender. Marshawn Lynch is making Buffalo with they hadn't given up on him so easy. Russell Wilson is making Carroll look like a genius for taking him in the third round. That defense--what can you say about those hard-hitting ball hawks that would do them justice?
However, he may have another challenge...
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks started organized team activities with very little talk about anything that took place on the field.
Carroll gave a lengthy opening statement on Monday, addressing head on the recent off-field problems that have put some of his players in the headlines. The bad news for Seattle started last Friday when defensive end Bruce Irvin was suspended...
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4 days ago
There were a few skeptics when the Seattle Seahawks hired Pete Carroll in the Pacific Northwest, but they are a lot harder to find after the Seahawks won 11 games in 2012.
That's why we found it notable to see Carroll take some local heat in the wake of defensive end Bruce Irvin's suspension for performance-enhancing substances. Seven Seahawks players have tested positive...
Brandon Smith, who was signed after trying out at the Packers' rookie camp last weekend, hasn't played in a game since 2010. He spent last year transitioning from wide receiver to cornerback on the advice of Seattle coach Pete Carroll.
According to the Bellingham Herald, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is very impressed with rookie wide receiver Luke Willson, who was taken in the fifth round of this year’s draft.
Coach Pete Carroll cited Willson as the player who “jumped out” in Friday’s first day of minicamp, and with another solid day Saturday, Willson now has more catches as a hopeful Seahawk...
Pete Carroll spent the first day of Seattle's rookie minicamp with a watchful eye on some of the offensive prospects the Seahawks selected in last month's draft.
That was after Carroll and his coaches watched film Friday morning of quarterback Russell Wilson's first practice at the same camp a year ago. The message from watching Wilson's tape: It might not look good...
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14 days ago
RUNNING UP THE SCORE?
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he feels badly about running a fake punt in the 4th quarter with the team already up on the Bills by 30 points.
It only took a season and a half, but it would appear that Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh have carried their feud from their college days over to the professional level.