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Pete Carroll Out As Seahawks Head Coach

Pete Carroll's 14th season as head coach will be his last with the Seattle Seahawks, as reported by the organization. He will, though, remain with the team in an advisory role.

Seahawks' owner Jody Davis met with Carroll and stated, "Pete is the winningest coach in Seahawks history, brought the city its first Super Bowl title, and created a tremendous impact over the past 14 years on the field and in the community. His expertise in leadership and building a championship culture will continue as an integral part of our organization moving forward."

The 72-year-old head coach was the oldest in the league for several years, and will likely play a role in the next hire.

Carroll will have some personnel responsibility, as Seattle continues to rebuild and return to being a Super Bowl contender. Among names being rumored to replace Carroll includes Dallas Cowboy defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. Quinn served as the defensive coordinator for the Seahawks when they won their first Super Bowl in 2013.

The Seahawks were among the five youngest teams in 2023, so they are looking toward the future with plenty of optimism. Seattle will select 16th in the upcoming draft and believe in Geno Smith as the quarterback going forward.

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