Pete Carroll Q&A: Seahawks HC Talks Motivation, Consistency and Coaching History

August 22, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

RENTON, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll may be 64, but only his hair shows it.
Carroll still talks faster than most teenage girls and handles himself like the mayor of the Seahawks more than some authoritarian coach. He jokes with players, glad-hands the father of defensive lineman Michael Bennett and jokes with staff as he answers questions from Bleacher Report.
He also runs one of the greatest defenses in the history of the NFL, hoping he can parlay that unit and star quarterback Russell Wilson into another Super Bowl title.
Bleacher Report: Larry Bird has said that he believes coaches have a relatively short shelf life. His reason is that a coach’s message gets stale relatively quickly, and players eventually tune him out. How do you keep the message from getting stale?
Pete Carroll: First of all, I love Larry Bird, but I don’t agree with hi...

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