Unfortunately, that does not seem to have happened.As before, I have endeavored to collect as much information as is publicly available.Or will he take his talents to a team that will actually use him when the game's on the line?Sep 18, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll (left) and Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher walk off the field after a NFL game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Los Angeles Rams fired head coach Jeff Fisher yesterday.Keep in mind, since I first posted this in April 2006, the list of incidents has nearly doubled.One would think that, following the recent spate of problems distracting attention from their endeavors on the field, that USC officials would take swift and substantial action to avoid further problems.I also continue to try to be as objective as reasonably possible. I should mention that when I posted this the first time around, a few people mentioned a few things they disagreed with, but didn't provide any supporting evidence.Head coach Pete Carroll attended Cortez Kennedy's celebration of life on Thursday and on Friday he reflected on the Hall of Fame defensive lineman as the team honors him with decals on the back of their helmets.
There's no chance that the person who asked that question (or anyone else listening) actually thought for even one second that Carroll would say that he would leave Seattle to come coach the Rams.Quarterback Matthew Stafford's impressive play has been one of the primary reasons for the success Detroit has seen, but he's also had his numbers decline since injuring a finger on his throwing hand in Week 14, tossing 21 touchdowns and five interceptions before the setback compared to three touchdowns and five interceptions since."The quarterback has been phenomenal, he played really well yesterday," Carroll said of Stafford, who completed 26-of-41 throws for 347 yards, two touchdowns, and one pick in Week 17 against Green Bay.—as another season full of Competition Wednesdays and Tell The Truth Mondays drew closer.Meanwhile, in his nearly six seasons with the Seahawks, Carroll is 68-40-1 with two Super Bowl appearances (and one ring) as well as twelve playoff games.He coaches one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL and has had an elite defense for years.