Seahawks already looking ahead to offseason process

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  • Seattle Seahawks
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  • Pete Carroll
    Pete Carroll
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With no playoff bid this year, the Seattle Seahawks have some extra time to recover and recuperate before the start of the offseason activities in 2022. Coach Pete Carroll is already looking ahead.

Carroll discussed his offseason plans with reporters during his final press conference this week.

What the process is, is for us, when we get back going again, take all the information we’ve accumulated, all of the numbers and the stats and all of the printout that we have to tell us all of the background,” Carroll said. “We’ll go through everything to how much they’re able to practice, to time missed and all that. Reps, who they matched up against. All of that stuff to make individual evaluations on each guy. Both sides of the ball, we’ll go watch individual cut-ups of each guy, as an entire staff, so we can make a collective evaluation.”

Like teams around the league, the Seahawks will dive deep into their current roster ahead of the start of free agency and the new league year.

“Then, of course, we compare the other guys and start to put together a whole program of trying to understand our guys better than we ever have,” Carroll continued. “It’s an exhaustive process for us, and we go through it with the intent of figuring out what we can do to help that guy better, is really how we go about it.”

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