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Pete Carroll To Move Into Advisor Role With Seahawks

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Pete Carroll To Move Into Advisor Role With Seahawks
The Seahawks, who had a 9-8 record at the end of the 2023 season and had only missed the playoffs four times in their previous fourteen seasons since general manager John Schneider and Carroll took over in 2010, made the move three days ago.

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The Seahawks saw success in 11 out of 14 seasons with Carroll in charge, made it to the postseason ten times, and took home five NFC West championships. After finishing 13-3 in the regular season and defeating the Denver Broncos, who had the highest-scoring offense in NFL history, 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII, the 2013 club became the first in franchise history to win a Super Bowl.

Along with New England and Kansas City, Carroll led the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl the following season, making Seattle one of only three teams in this century to make it to multiple Super Bowl appearances.

From 2012 to 2015, the Seahawks were the only team in the Super Bowl era to lead the NFL in scoring defense four times in a row, all because to Carroll. Carroll was one of two coaches—along with Bill Belichick—selected to the NFL’s 2010 All-Decade Team.

Carroll ends his coaching career with the Seahawks with a regular season record of 137-89-1.
Carroll had a long NFL career as an assistant coach, defensive coordinator, and finally head coach of the Jets and Patriots before taking over as Seahawks coach. After that, he played for nine seasons at USC, where he helped the Trojans become one of the most successful collegiate teams in history by leading them to two national crowns and four Rose Bowl victories.

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