A quick glance at Pete Carroll numbers can reveal that Carroll has been the Seahawks’ coach for more than 10 seasons.
Carroll is a two-time Super Bowl champion who won his third Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks in 2015.
He was the coach of the Seahawks for five years from 2011-2015, then was promoted to head coach of Seattle in 2019.
He’s now coached the Seahawks to three Super Bowl appearances and a 10-2 record since the team took over in 2015 and has won seven Super Bowl titles and three NFC Championship games.
While Carroll’s numbers are impressive, it’s also clear that he has had his share of problems with the media.
He had a rough relationship with the NFLPA following the departure of head coach Mike McCarthy and he was a major critic of commissioner Roger Goodell following the league’s suspension of quarterback Russell Wilson.
It was during the Seahawks coaching tenure that the Seahawks made a major coaching hire: former 49ers head coach Chip Kelly.
Carroll, who has a history of coaching with high turnover, was asked about his tenure with the 49ers, who have since lost five games in a row.
Carroll was asked whether he would consider retiring.
“No,” Carroll said.
“I’m not going to retire.
“So I think I’m going to continue to do the things that I know how to do. “
I’m not just going to be sitting there and being a coach. “
So I think I’m going to continue to do the things that I know how to do.
I’m not just going to be sitting there and being a coach.
I think that’s a great job and I’ve had a tremendous experience there.”