Pete Carrol’s Secret Hidden Weapon Possibly “Big Vick?”

August 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Since Carrol has been in charge of the Seahawks, I have not heard too many concerns about the big issue with the defensive line, and being able to sack and pressure the quarterback, or drop a running back in the backfield for a loss. Earlier today, I may have found out why.
Kevin Vickerson is his name, or at camp the team calls him "Big Vick."  Kevin is a guy who may do a lot of good in the center of all the chaos. With a height of 6'5", and weight at 321 lbs, he is nothing to shake a stick at. The Titans had him play defensive tackle last year.

The reason he was not noticed during the trade was because of the timing; this is when White was traded as well. Carrol sees him as having the ability of "the run stuffer," and is having him compete against Coline Cole for the starting position of nose tackle.
Later today The Seahawks will be playing their first preseason game against "Big Vick's" previous team, and one of Carrol's puzzles to turn this franchise into a wi...

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