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SEATTLE - Sunday's season opener ultimately felt more like the Bengals bungled than the Seahawks soared. But, you take your victories however you can get them in the NFL, and inartful as was Seattle's 21-20 win over the Bengals, Pete Carroll isn't going to turn it down. Seattle was statistically dominated - outgained 429 yards to 234 - and shockingly couldn't really run it much of the day ...

RENTON, Wash. - Here's how Pete Carroll put it this week: Russell Wilson is the best he's ever been. Now, we know Carroll is a fount of relentless optimism and occasional hyperbole, especially as a new season looms. But there is ample reason to believe that he is absolutely correct, and that alone is reason for Seahawks fans to dream their biggest. The acquisition of Jadeveon Clowney and what ...

RENTON, Wash. - DK Metcalf hasn't attended a regular-season NFL game since his father, Terrence, last played in the league in 2010. He'll finally get to take in another on Sunday when the Seahawks host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at 1:05 p.m. And he has no intention of watching from the sidelines. The highly hyped Seahawks receiver said Thursday he is fully recovered from what he called ...

Chris Petersen caused much merriment a couple of years ago when he picked Mike Leach as the Pac-12 coach with whom he would most like to take a road trip. That led to many amusing scenarios about how such a trip would go down – but let's take it one step further. What if they invited along the other celebrity football coach in the state – Pete Carroll of the Seahawks? You could fill volumes ...

RENTON, Wash. - They don't appear to be available yet, but I imagine at some point soon, the Seahawks are going to start selling Jadeveon Clowney jerseys. The question is whether such a purchase would be a wise long-term investment for fans of the team. After all, nobody knows whether the Pro Bowl defensive lineman will be in Seattle past this season, as he is free to go wherever once the year ...

Pete Carroll’s first NFL coaching job was with the Bills back in 1984. Then-coach Kay Stephenson was impressed with his work as defensive coordinator at Pacific, Carroll’s alma mater, and hired him to coach the defensive backs.