Following Saturday's third open training camp practice, Carroll delved even deeper into his self-evaluation, telling reporters he didn't do a good enough job providing chances for every player to battle for a roster spot and push starters last summer. Specifically, in retrospect, he regretted how he handled tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, whose emergence in the final month of the season served as the catalyst for the coach getting back to his ultra-competitive roots this offseason.
With Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll entering his 12th season with the team, we’ve all heard him talk a lot by this point. So much so that it’s rare for him to say something all that eyebrow-raising. In the early days of Seahawks training camp last week, however, Carroll said something during one of his regular press conferences that caught 710 ESPN Seattle’s Jake Heaps, one of Carroll’s former players, off-guard.
SEATTLE - Aldon Smith knows the Seattle Seahawks are giving him another chance at prolonging his once derailed NFL career. It remains unclear whether another off-field transgression will keep Smith from playing for the Seahawks this season. Smith spoke with reporters Saturday following the conclusion to the first week of Seahawks training camp, but said, "I can’t comment on it right now," when asked about his offseason arrest for battery in Louisiana.