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Pete Carroll is a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) and has been the head coach/executive vice president of football operations for the Seattle Seahawks since 2013. Prior to this role, he started with the Seahawks as the team's head coach/executive vice president/executive vice president of football operations in 2010. During his career he was a head coach for sixteen seasons, first with the New York Jets. He led the Jets for one season, compiling a record of 6-10-0. His next head coaching stint was with the New England Patriots from 1997 to 1999, as he led the team to a 27-21-0 record. His third head coach placement began in 2010 with the Seattle Seahawks. He coached them for twelve seasons and the team had a 119-73-1 record during his tenure. In 2013, the Seahawks won the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos 43-8. During his entire head coaching career, his three teams combined for a record of 152-104-1 across sixteen seasons including going 11-10-0 in the playoffs.
First off, Pete Carroll is not just a college coach. Steve Spurrier and his 12-20 record in the NFL, he was a college coach; in fact, he had zero experience in the NFL when Snyder hired him to DC. Dennis Erickson, 26 years in the college ranks and not one in the NFL before his 31-33 record in Seattle. Barry Switzer, zip for NFL experience. Rich Brooks, he had four years way back when in the NFL, but 27 more in college before the Rams came hiring. Nick Saban, he has 30 years in the college game, just 6 in the pros. Mike Riley, six years in the CFL, but zero in the NFL before his Chargers fallout. Bobby Petrino, he had 3 years experience with Tom Coughlin in Jacksonville, but 21 years in college football before his meltdown in Atlanta. (Source: sports.mynorthwest.com)