Seattle coach Pete Carroll encourages his team on Dec. 13, 2015, during the second half against Baltimore. Carroll wants his players to be themselves with the team because he feels that is the best way for them to reach their potential.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll encourages his team on Dec. 13, 2015, during the second half against Baltimore. Carroll wants his players to be themselves with the team because he feels that is the best way for them to reach their potential. Gail Burton The Associated Press
Seattle coach Pete Carroll encourages his team on Dec. 13, 2015, during the second half against Baltimore. Carroll wants his players to be themselves with the team because he feels that is the best way for them to reach their potential. Gail Burton The Associated Press

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