9 Facts About Pete Carroll

1. In April 2003, Pete Carroll helped organize a meeting with political leaders, high-ranking law enforcement officials and representatives from social service, education and faith-based communities at USC's Heritage Hall for a brainstorming session.

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2. In his season-ending press conference, Pete Carroll revealed that cornerback Richard Sherman had been playing with a "significant" MCL injury, which attracted attention because Sherman had not been listed on the injury report throughout the season.

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3. On July 25, 2016, Pete Carroll signed a three-year contract extension with the Seahawks that will keep him in Seattle through the 2019 season.

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4. At age 62, Pete Carroll was the third-oldest coach to win a Super Bowl.

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5. On January 8, 2010, it was reported that Pete Carroll was about to be hired as head coach of the Seahawks; the two parties were hammering out "minor details" in the pending contract.

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6. In July 2014, Pete Carroll was announced as a member of the 2015 USC Athletic Hall of Fame class.

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7. In May 2008, Pete Carroll was named the coach who did the most to define the first 10 years of the BCS Era.

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8. On January 11, 2010, it was reported that Pete Carroll would be leaving USC to coach the Seattle Seahawks.

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9. In 1994, Pete Carroll was elevated to Head Coach of the Jets.

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