Long before he became the hot-shot coach of the Seattle Seahawks, Pete Carroll appeared destined for great things -- in Minnesota.
PHOENIX (AP) — Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday it will be Richard Sherman's decision whether to play in Sunday's Super Bowl if his pregnant girlfriend goes into labor with the couple's first child sooner than expected.
"Booooo!" That's the reception Kevin Love can expect from Timberwolves fans when he returns as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday
Editor's Note: Former Vikings defensive end and People People Eaters standout Carl Eller wasn't elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame until his 20th year of eligibility. He believes it took so long because he was a member of four Super Bowl-losing Vikings teams. He believes the same issue kept other Hall of Fame teammates waiting longer than they should have, including teammate Mick Tingelhoff, a senior committee nominee this year, nearly four decades after his retirement in 1978.
Wolves veteran forward Thaddeus Young returns to city where he played his first seven NBA seasons
Other coaches around the nation have been known to nix the popular social media forum in their locker rooms, particularly in season -- including Pitino's dad, Rick Pitino at Louisville.
Leaning on their record defense is why the Seahawks will win 2nd straight title
Pete Carroll says decision will be Richard Sherman's to make if baby arrives early
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