Crediting Normal Offseason, Pete Carroll 'Jacked' About Potential of Seahawks' Rookie Class

Crediting Normal Offseason, Pete Carroll ‘Jacked’ About Potential of Seahawks’ Rookie Class

In the midst of offseason programs in May and June, positivity flows from every NFL facility coast-to-coast. All 32 teams have a 0-0 record and have a chance to make the playoffs. Every player is seemingly in the best shape of his career. There’s no shortage of optimism this time of year.

With that in mind, when coaches such as Pete Carroll talk up incoming rookies, this commentary should be taken with a grain of salt. None of these first-year players have even participated in a padded training camp practice, so it remains uncertain how they will perform in a real NFL game at this point.

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