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The Seahawks are already snooping around pre-released free agents. Ricky Jean Francois got everyone excited, but then he signed with Scot McCloughan — the man who drafted him in San Francisco. 170 more words

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Bush/Carroll news is a good excuse to rip the NCAA one more time

Reggie Bush and Pete Carroll together again?

Don’t count on it. Bush, cut by the
Detroit Lions on Wednesday, is
going to be 30 in March, and the Hawks have no room for him in their backfield. 300 more words

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Pete Carroll To Receive Honorary Degree From USC

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is going back to Southern California to pick up an honorary degree.

The university said Wednesday that Carroll will be among six recipients of honorary degrees at the May 15 graduation ceremony in Los Angeles. 121 more words


NFL Prospects Attempt To Move Past Forgettable Moments

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Utah receiver Kaelin Clay has moved on from the most embarrassing play of his college career.

First, he fessed up to making the mistake of celebrating before scoring against Oregon. 668 more words


The Seahawks reportedly have offered Marshawn Lynch about $21 million over the next two seasons. Does he want to play though?

John Schneider and Pete Carroll both spoke at the Combine, about… 392 more words

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Pete Carroll expects Marshawn Lynch back with the Seahawks

UPDATE: According to Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports, the Seahawks have offered Lynch an extension after meeting with his agent. Here are the details:

“The Seattle Seahawks have offered running back Marshawn Lynch a multi-year deal that would pay between $11 million and $12 million during the first year and $9 million during the second of what could end up being a three-year deal, according to multiple league sources.

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Conspiracy theory at Super Bowl? Aw, come on!

It’s official: Conspiracy theories can exist in any context, any endeavor, any environment.

This might be my favorite conspiracy theory of all time.

Seattle Seahawks head football coach Pete Carroll called a pass play at the end of the Super Bowl to enable quarterback Russell Wilson a chance to win the game’s most valuable player award instead of handing the ball to Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch, who could lay claim to the MVP honor if he scored the winning touchdown. 189 more words

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