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Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett says Pete Carroll is like Willy Wonka

For all the talk about Michael Bennett supposedly wanting out of Seattle, he sure seems to love playing for Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. In an interview yesterday on Portland radio station 750 AM The Game, Bennett compared playing for Carroll to playing for Willy Wonka. Here’s what he said, per CBS Sports: “I would say he’s like playing for Willy Wonka… He’s crazy...
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How the Philadelphia Eagles are following Pete Carroll’s blueprint for success

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly sure made a bold statement in the 2015 NFL draft when he addressed our weak and league worst secondary by taking three defensive backs. Chip knows that his top ranked offense means nothing if you cannot stop the opposing team from scoring. In Eric Rowe, JaCorey Shepherd and Randall Evans, we have three interesting defensive backs that will...
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Pete Carroll says Deflategate investigation 'didn't affect anything'

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was on the losing end of one of the closest Super Bowls of all time.  Now that the Patriots have been punished by the league, it is natural to wonder whether Carroll holds any animosity towards the Patriots or the NFL. He touched on the subject briefly while talking to reporters at his USC Hall of Fame induction ceremony over the weekend...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll on Deflategate: “No It Didn’t Affect Anything”

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is still probably scratching his head over losing Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots this past February. While Carroll was in attendance at the USC Hall of Fame induction ceremony over the weekend, he was asked his opinion of Deflategate. Here is what Carroll had to share (via “No. No it didn’t affect anything...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll Has Different Take on Bruce Irvin's Atlanta Comment

In high school it was easy for coaches to control what their players said. The ever present threat of running till you puke was a deterrent from saying anything coach would not like to the wrong people. In college it wasn't as easy, but it was still possible to keep guys from saying too much to the press. However, in the NFL it is not so easy, but that doesn't stop many coaches from...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Scandalous: Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll accepts honorary degree from USC

If I’m being honest I think the whole USC scandal was overblown as the NCAA is rotten to its core and blaming any one actor is a bit myopic. Nevertheless, it’s a little weird that Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is getting an honorary degree from USC… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: The next Gates that the NFL will have to deal with Top 10 in 2015: The third tier...
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On the Seahawks' willful ignorance over Frank Clark

Former Michigan defensive end Frank Clark was arrested last November on domestic violence charges. The charges, brought on him by ex-girlfriend Diamond Hurt, allege that Clark struck Hurt in the face, knocking her unconscious, in a Sandusky, Ohio hotel room. Michigan subsequently kicked Clark off the team. The incident put Clark’s odds of ever playing in the NFL considerably low—lower...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: In Pete Carroll/John Schneider we trust

Three weeks ago, I wrote an article on why the Seattle Seahawks should draft Frank Clark. As it turns out, the Seahawks selected Clark with their first pick in the 2014 draft. Since then, it’s safe to say that a lot has been said about Pete Carroll and John Schneider’s decision to draft Clark (who has been arrested for domestic violence) in the second round. A backlash of some...
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Seattle Seahawks: Mark Glowinski is a brilliant Day 3 selection

As excited as many Seattle Seahawks fans were when they saw the team select Mark Glowinski in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Glowinski himself was more so. “”I’m excited as hell,” Glowinski said. “There’s no other way to put it.” As if fulfilling the dream of becoming an NFL player wasn’t enough to get him giddy, the dream has been fulfilled a day before...
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Jim Harbaugh: Seahawks made a good play call

Former San Francisco 49ers’ coach Jim Harbaugh can relate to the Seattle Seahawks’ woes when it comes making a play call gone bad that cost the team the fate of the Super Bowl. It wasn’t that long ago that Harbaugh took heat in the Super Bowl when the 49ers threw three passes within five yards of the goal line and never gave the ball to running back Frank Gore. A touchdown...
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February 15, 2015  |  Discuss

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