Pete Carroll

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
Deep Dive
Another Super Strategy
Another Super Strategy
What do you draft for a team that has everything? Even with the Lombardi in hand, the Seahawks know change happens swiftly in the NFL. That’s why Seattle would be smart to look well into the future come the weekend of May 8-10
By Andy Benoit
Open Field
Pete Carroll’s Master Plan
Pete Carroll’s Master Plan
Winning back-to-back championships is a monumental task. Lucky for the Seahawks, their coach has been there before
By Robert Klemko
On Further Review
A Clean Sweep
The Tuesday Mailbag
The poster children for the NFL's mission to eradicate head hits from the game? Look no further than the Seahawks, who were the opposite of dirty birds en route to winning the Super Bowl. Plus, readers react to Michael Sam coming out
By Peter King
Weekend Notes
There’s Life in Sun Life
There’s Some Life in Sun Life
Dennis Hickey, the Dolphins’ new GM, has the tools—and the cap room—to build a winner. Plus, how J.J. Watt plays into Houston’s Jadeveon Clowney decision
By Greg A. Bedard
Deep Dive
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
The Seahawks’ suffocating defense in Super Bowl XLVIII wasn’t just the best performance of the season, but of the last decade in the NFL. Only one thing went wrong on their way to the Lombardi Trophy
By Andy Benoit
The Season
The Fate of The Season Rests in Your Hands
The Fate of The Season Rests in Your Hands
Your weekly one-page magazine ... but for how long?
By Peter King
On Further Review
What About Russell?
The Tuesday Mailbag
The Seahawks' unflappable young quarterback got lost in the immediate aftermath of Super Bowl XLVIII, but he's a major reason Seattle's already talking repeat. Plus, readers weigh in on Peyton Manning, the referees and much more
By Peter King