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Richard Sherman, Pete Carroll Had Meeting to Discuss 2016-17 Season Regrets

January 18, 2017   ·   Mike Chiari   ·   Jump to comments

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll revealed Monday that he and Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman had a season-ending meeting to iron out issues that persisted over the course of the campaign.
In an interview with the Brock and Salk show on 710 ESPN (h/t ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia), Carroll discussed the nature of his talk with Sherman:
I had a big meeting with Richard going out, and he has some regrets about this season, didn't go the way we wanted it to go.
I just wanted to make sure we left on really good terms. We talk a lot. I talk with him all the time. I just wanted to make sure to touch base one more time because it was a difficult year for him. The media thing was a big deal and all that. He made it through it. It was hard.
The Seahawks had multiple sideline incidents over the course of the season, and Sherman was often at the center of them.
That included an argument with defensive coordinator Kris Richard in Week 6 and a tirade against...

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