By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians and Detroit Lions Head Coach Jim Caldwell may not be the only head coaches, who ultimately retire this offseason. Now, according to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll may retire, too, this offseason.
Like Arians and Caldwell, Carroll is also 60-plus-years-old. The Seahawks have nothing to play for this season, as they have already been eliminated from playoff contention.
The Seahawks — and Carroll’s potentially final NFL game as a head coach — will come against the Cardinals. The Seahawks, if they are able to defeat the Cardinals, will end the 20-7 campaign with a 10-6 record.
The 66-year-old has been the Seahawks head coach since the 2010 season. He also guided the team to a Super Bowl XLVIII victory over the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium.
He is 79-47-1 as the Seahawks head coach. After back-to-back 7-9 seasons, the team has had six straight winning seasons.
He’s 9-5 in the playoffs with the Seahawks. Their last playoff appearance came during the 2016 season when they were defeated by the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Divisional round game.
As an NFL Head Coach, Carroll is 111-76-1 all-time with three teams. He also spent three seasons as the New England Patriots Head Coach.
He also spent a 6-10 season with the New York Jets in 1994.
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