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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Pete Carroll
Apparently Earl Thomas' $40 million extension with the Seattle Seahawks did not mean fewer responsibilities on his plate.
Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith has undergone surgery to remove "loose bodies" from his right ankle but is expected back for the start of the Seattle Seahawks' training camp in July.
Remember how loud the crowds were for Seattle Seahawks home games? Many of the same fans showed up to greet the team at the White House.
Kiero Small was about as far away from his NFL dream as possible.
Offensive lineman Justin Britt was part of a no-huddle offense in college at Missouri.
The belief was that if Seattle decided to address adding a wide receiver in the NFL draft that size and height might outweigh all other factors.
Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung underwent offseason surgery on his left foot, but coach Pete Carroll expects him to be healthy by the start of training camp.
Once the final picks of the NFL draft are made, Pete Carroll starts grabbing phones.
John Schneider understands the entertainment and excitement when it comes to the first round of the NFL draft.
Earl Thomas was late to the announcement for his own contract extension, proving the Seattle Seahawks All-Pro free safety isn't just fast on the field.
Earl Thomas is the latest member of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks to be locked up for the future.
When it was clear Marcus Trufant's time with the Seattle Seahawks was over following the 2012 season, he was given a message by general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll on his way out.
The Seattle Seahawks have locked up coach Pete Carroll with a three-year contract extension after he led the franchise to its first Super Bowl title.
The Seattle Seahawks have called a news conference for Friday morning amid a report they have reached a contract extension with coach Pete Carroll.
The area code of Jed Hughes' cell phone remains 412, but he probably couldn't be blamed for switching it to 206 - the three-digit designator for Seattle.
"He'll be all over the field," Carroll said. "You'll have a hard time tracking him down because he's capable of playing all the positions and all of the spots."
"He's the guy that has the most catches for us," Carroll said. "But I'm anxious to see how Bryan Walters fits into that. He's got experience. Percy is out there vying for it. (Sherman) would tell you he's the best for it and he catches the ball really well."