The Seattle Seahawks’ lingering issues with star quarterback Russell Wilson are deeply connected to longtime head coach Pete Carroll.
The Seattle Seahawks have continued to remain among the NFL’s top teams, which has led them to a huge decision regarding Pete Carroll.
The NFL season is just weeks away. After last week’s boycotts in multiple leagues, there’s growing opinion the NFL will have games boycotted as well.
Pete Carroll is known as a player’s coach. This season that means if his players protest and opt not to play in NFL games, he fully supports them in their decisions.
Pete Carroll said he regrets not signing Colin Kaepernick in 2017. Then why not do it now? Because Pete Carroll and the NFL want Colin Kaepernick to go away. Their actions speak louder than words.
Comedian Will Ferrell hilariously crashed a Seattle Seahawks virtual meeting posing as newly acquired tight end Greg Olsen
Pete Carroll is among the current coaches in line to join Bill Belichick and Andy Reid in the Pro Football Hall of Fame some day.
Pete Carroll is a living football legend. He’s never afraid to speak his mind, but does he really believe this fringe conspiracy?
Being a successful NFL coach can open many lucrative doors on and off the field. Let’s look at the richest coaches of all time.
With the way scoring works in the NFL, teams can get weird final scores. It’s rare but Seahawks coach Pete Carroll makes it look normal.
Whenever an NFL team fires its head coach, it expresses a need for change in leadership. However, some franchises have reacted too hastily.
With a Heisman-winning quarterback at the helm, the USC Trojans steamrolled the competition on the way to the BCS National Championship.
When many people think of college coaches jumping up to the NFL, they remember the failures. But there are many who had a lot of success in the NFL.
Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen was the richest owner in the NFL before his untimely death last October. Often, a large estate with many major holdings enters a state of flux in situations like this. Yet today, Allen’s former team moves forward with a sense of purpose mirroring how things worked during his reign. How is that …