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Seahawks backup QB Trevone Boykin arrested for probation violation

Getting arrested last month for public intoxication and drug possession was bad enough for Trevone Boykin, but what’s worse is that the incidents constituted a violation of his probation, leading to a second arrest.The Seattle Seahawks quarterback was arrested on Thursday and released on $2,500 bond, according to TMZ Sports, for violating his probation. They say a warrant for his...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll makes it sound like Seahawks will keep Trevone Boykin

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll indicated that backup quarterback Trevone Boykin’s recent arrest might not necessarily mark the end of his time with the team.Carroll told ESPN 710 Seattle that the team will look at all the information surrounding Boykin’s arrest, but seemed inclined to offer him another chance.“We’ll see. We’ll see what happens here. We have some information...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll: Marshawn Lynch ‘somewhat entertaining’ thought of return

Pete Carroll doesn’t know a lot more about Marshawn Lynch’s thought process than the rest of us do.The Seattle Seahawks coach said Wednesday that Lynch is “somewhat entertaining” a return, but he doesn’t know much more about his thinking and the running back has not asked to be reinstated. There have been hints — including from Lynch’s agent — that he’s getting...
Via Larry Brown Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll doesn’t rule out Richard Sherman being traded

On Wednesday, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll didn’t slam the door on a report that Richard Sherman could be traded if the price was right. Though, he did stop short of saying it’s something that will likely happen.“Teams have called about Richard Sherman. Seahawks are open to all possibilities, but Carroll said Sherman is an important part of the team and he doesn’t...
Via Sportsnaut
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy’s weight incentives are very reasonable

The Seattle Seahawks want Eddie Lacy to be big, but not too big, so it’s not surprising he has weight incentives built into his contract.Now we have a good picture about what those incentives entail, and they are quite reasonable. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday, “I want him big.” This was in response to the idea that Lacy should get below 240 pounds, which...
Via Sportsnaut
March 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll: Earl Thomas ‘way ahead of schedule’

A broken leg ended the 2016 season early for Earl Thomas. But according to coach Pete Carroll, the Seattle Seahawks star’s recovery is going better than expected. That is certainly welcome news for the Seahawks.The 2017 offseason has not been especially kind to Seattle, especially the famed Legion of Boom secondary. Kam Chancellor recently underwent bone spur surgery on both ankles...
Via Sportsnaut
March 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Eddie Lacy reportedly turned down same money from Packers, Vikings

The Green Bay Packers were interested in bringing back Eddie Lacy for the 2017 season, but the veteran running back felt the Seattle Seahawks presented him with a better opportunity.According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Lacy was offered similar contracts from the Packers, Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings before ultimately choosing to sign with Seattle. Many...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll on reportedly overweight Eddie Lacy: ‘I want him big’

The Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday signed Eddie Lacy to a reported one-year, $3 million deal that with incentives could be worth up to $5.5 million. Shortly after the news of Lacy’s signing broke came reports that Lacy, who has battled weight issues throughout his career, has put on some pounds this offseason.Perhaps some pounds is underselling it a bit, as a report suggests Lacy...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
March 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll: Seahawks won’t spend big on free agents

The Seattle Seahawks certainly have holes on their roster, notably on the offensive line. But according to coach Pete Carroll, those holes will not be fixed in free agency. Not in a big way, anyway. .@PeteCarroll: We're not going to go out and spend a ton of money on free agency. That's not how we do that. — Dave Boling (@DaveBoling) January 16, 2017 Many of Seattle’s problems...
Via Sportsnaut
January 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll unsure if two teams can thrive in L.A.

Pete Carroll has weighed in on the concept of two NFL teams in Los Angeles. And Carroll’s voice has a lot of weight, considering his success in that market as USC head coach from 2001 to 2009. “I think it’s hard having one (team), so it’s going to be harder having two,” Carroll told The Seattle Times via With so much to do in Los Angeles, the only way a team...
Via The Sports Daily
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

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