Published: Mon, January 01, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Pete Carroll tweets about his youth as retirement rumors swirl

Pete Carroll tweets about his youth as retirement rumors swirl

At 66, Carroll is the NFL's oldest head coach, but he has an exuberance that belies his age.

The Seahawks need to win and the Atlanta Falcons need to lose to the Carolina Panthers in order for Seattle to make the playoffs for the sixth consecutive season.

During Sunday's pregame show on Fox Sports, insider Jay Glazer was going through the list of possible National Football League coaching changes and included Carroll on his list.

Pete Carroll says that he hasn't started thinking of retirement, despite reports to the contrary from earlier today.

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FOX's Jay Glazer reported that he "may" retire at year's end, but that the decision is fully up to the Super Bowl-winning head coach.

Carroll made his intentions known just a few hours before the Seahawks' regular-season finale against the Arizona Cardinals at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.

Social media immediately lit up, with fans wondering whether the mere possibility of missing the playoffs this season would be enough to drive Carroll into retirement.

The Seahawks have won four NFC West titles, reached the Super Bowl twice and won one Super Bowl under Carroll.

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