Brock & Salk: Seahawks coach Pete Carroll shows grace in response to Earl Thomas ‘salute’
There’s the way most coaches would react when a disgruntled star player flips off the team’s bench while being carted off the field for an injury. And then there’s the way Pete Carroll reacts.
The Seahawks head coach didn’t show any kind of anger towards safety Earl Thomas, who broke his leg in Sunday’s win over the Cardinals and raised his middle finger in the direction of Seattle’s sideline, during his weekly Pete Carroll Show on 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock and Salk. Instead, all Brock Huard heard from Carroll on Monday was grace.
In the attached video, Huard and Mike Salk break down what stood out to them after their conversation with Carroll at Seahawks headquarters on Monday morning. For a more in-depth look at what was covered on The Pete Carroll Show, read this story.