Pete Carroll

Going Long
A Marshawn Kind of Way
A Marshawn Kind of Way
A prodigious back known as Beast Mode, Marshawn Lynch is many things to many people: quiet, ornery, a thug and a jerk. But those who know him best say he’s an introvert who won’t conform—and the best teammate they’ve ever had
By Robert Klemko
Window Into the Weekend
Week 3: A Super Bowl Rematch, But a Much Closer Game
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
It's no secret: Denver was thoroughly embarrassed in a 43-8 loss to Seattle in Super Bowl 48. After an offseason of retooling the roster, the Broncos will see if they measure up in a Week 3 rematch. Plus more notes from Week 2 film study
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seahawks Preview: Advantage to the Champs
Seattle returns the best defense in football and adds an explosive offensive piece to its Super Bowl-winning roster. There’s nothing to suggest the Seahawks won’t be lifting the Lombardi again come Februrary
By Andy Benoit
Monday Morning Quarterback
Why the NFL’s Best Team Won’t Win the Super Bowl
Why the NFL's Best Team Won't Win the Super Bowl
Despite Seattle being just as strong as it was in 2013—if not outright better—there’s one convincing reason it won’t lift the Lombardi again. Plus, the Rams’ sad turn, Arizona uncovers a gem and 20 thoughts after the NFL’s dress rehearsal
By Peter King
Inner Game
Hitting Hard, Seattle Style
Hitting Hard, Seattle Style
The Seahawks have embraced tackling techniques that remain physical and sure-handed while conforming to evolving safety rules—and Pete Carroll shows how in a new teaching video that’s become popular at the grassroots level
By Greg A. Bedard
Training Camp 2014
The Next Great Coach
The Next Great Coach
He’s obsessive in the film room, and his defense embarrassed Peyton Manning on the game’s biggest stage. But what really has Seattle coordinator Dan Quinn on the fast track is the trusting relationships he builds with players
By Robert Klemko
Training Camp 2014
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
Seahawks Report: Enjoy 2014, Because Things Will Never Be the Same
The Super Bowl champs remain a juggernaut, but the clock is ticking on their window to be truly dominant
By Robert Klemko
Training Camp 2014
What Hangover?
What Hangover?
As the Super Bowl champion Seahawks open camp, they vow there’ll be no drop-off in intensity or commitment. And if someone falters—or isn’t around—it's Next Man Up
By Robert Klemko
Open Field
The New Cornerstones
The New Cornerstones
Speed still rules NFL secondaries, but teams are building around taller players who have the strength to jam receivers and the length to win jump balls. Just look at where the big cornerbacks are being taken in the NFL draft
By Robert Klemko