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Pete Carroll Nick Vannett Color Rush Jersey , 67, is the oldest coach in the NFL. Yet, he signed a contract extension Monday that will take him through the 2021 season.Carroll plans to coach another five years, at least, he said.“I’m in great shape,” Carroll said, via Gregg Bell of . “I’m counting on a five-year plan. That doesn’t have any statement on my contract. But it’s just kind of the way somebody taught me to look forward, and it helps.”Team chairman Jody Allen, the sister of late Seahawks owner Paul Allen, began talking to Carroll about a two-year contract extension last week. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the extension is worth more than $11 million per year.The length of Carroll’s contract now matches that of General Manager John Schneider.“So grateful to Jody and the organization,” Carroll said. “I love this team and couldn’t be more proud to represent the 12s.” Read!" Century LinksCentury Links 6/8: Tyler Lockett Growing into No. 1 WR RoleNew,27commentsRead!PDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Century Links 6/8: Tyler Lockett Growing into No. 1 WR RoleTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Otto Greule Jr/Getty ImagesSign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat Justin Britt Color Rush Jersey , quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside.Seahawks news: Pete Carroll says Tyler Lockett growing into No. 1 WR roleSeattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says that Tyler Lockett is growing into the No. 1 wide receiver role with Doug Baldwin gone.Podcast Player - - John ClaytonSeahawks WR Jaron Brown on getting 'bigger and better' in 2019Seahawks Running Back Rashaad Penny Slimmed Down & Focused On “Learning How To Be A Pro” For 2019Heading into his second season in the NFL, former first-round pick Rashaad Penny is feeling better physically and mentally as he prepares for the 2019 season.Friday Round-Up: NFL And Nike Collaborate To Announce 11-On InitiativeThe National Football League and Nike collaborate to announce the Nike 11-On Initiative, a scholastic-based, team-oriented, character-building program.Seahawks offense gets overhaul with Lockett, Penny | Sporting NewsLockett was a big part of the Seahawks' offense last season and Penny is looking to join him as a playmaker this year.Seahawks Rashaad Penny getting major offseason helpThe Seahawks Rashaad Penny is taking some big steps on his own to meet the high expectations of a first-round draft pick.100 days of Seahawks: The best number 93 is a two-way tieThe Seahawks have not had a lot of success with players wearing the number 93. But there are two who merit recognition of being pretty good in Seattle.Clayton: Accountability a common theme in conversations with SeahawksFor 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton, some of the most interesting things to come from Seahawks OTAs were the interviews with players. There was a level of accountability in each conversation. Clayton explores what we learned here.Eagles QB Carson Wentz gets more guaranteed money than Russell WilsonSome record-setting aspects of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's mega-deal have been broken by Eagles QB Carson Wentz.Nate Burleson: Seattle Seahawks could 'steal the division' from Los Angeles Rams in 2019 [Video]NFL Network's Nate Burleson discusses how the Seattle Seahawks have a legitimate chance of stealing the NFC West.Top 5 Cornerbacks in Seahawks Franchise History - SeahawkMaven.ioSeattle has a storied history of great secondary play. Which cornerbacks rank among the franchise's best ever?Seahawk Maven Podcast Episode #44 (6-7-19) - SeahawkMaven.ioWith OTAs in the books, hosts Corbin Smith and Nick Lee debate their first 53-man roster projections for the Seahawks.Seahawks sign third-round pick Cody Barton, wrap up 2019 draft class | YardbarkerLinebacker Cody Barton became the latest third-round pick to agree to the terms of his rookie contract. This signing, announced by his management team, rounds out the Seahawks’ 2019 rookie deals. Eighteen third-round picks are still unsigned. This round’sJoe Douglas hired as Jets' next general manager - NFL.comThe leading candidate from the beginning of the search, Joe Douglas has signed on to lead the Jets as their next GM, the team announced on Friday.Bears unveil new classic jersey for 100th season - NFL.comAt the conclusion of Friday's Bears' 100 Celebration, the team unveiled its new classic jersey Nazair Jones Color Rush Jersey , which will be worn at Soldier Field in a pair of home games on Sept. 29 and Dec. 5.ATN Podcast: Wentz contract; minicamp reactions - NFL.comA room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler -- bring you all the latest news, including Carson Wentz's flashy new extension and all there is to know about the first half of minicamp.Reunited: Jets agree to terms with RB Bilal Powell - NFL.comRecovered from a potentially career-threatening injury, running back Bilal Powell will continue his career with the Jets, as the team announced it signed him Friday.Stunner: Texans fire general manager Brian Gaine - NFL.comOn Friday afternoon, the Texans announced they have parted ways with general manager Brian Gaine in a stunning turn of events. In the interim, Chris Olsen will take over player operations.Rams COO: Wentz deal won't dictate Goff timeline - NFL.comOn the heels of Carson Wentz's contract extension, Rams COO Kevin Demoff said Los Angeles is not planning to construct a new deal for Jared Goff. But it's a priority for the franchise down the road.Barring a surprise, Bears won’t be wearing their 1936 throwbacks on opening night – ProFootballTalkThere's an unusual footnote to the unveiling of the alternate uniforms that the Chicago Bears will wear twice during their 100th season, which also is the league's 100th season: The Bears won't be wearing them when the season opens with a Thursday night grudge match against the Green Bay Packers.Report: Jets doubled offer to Joe Douglas, will pay more than $3 million a year – ProFootballTalkWhy did a week pass before news broke that Joe Douglas was the favorite to be named the G.M. of the Jets and the announcement that they'd finally hired him? It may be that the Jets initially tried to lowball Douglas with their initial contract offer.Brian Gaine’s strained relationship with Bill O’Brien a factor in his firing – ProFootballTalkThe Texans fired General Manager Brian Gaine on Friday in part because he and head coach Bill O'Brien were not seeing eye to eye. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports Gaine’s relationship with O’Brien had eroded.Bears unveil new classic jersey inspired by 1936 uniform – ProFootballTalkThe Bears unveiled their new classic jersey Friday night. The jersey was inspired by the uniforms worn in 1936 and will include new helmet decals, jerseys, pants and socks. It also includes the Bears100 patch. The Bears will wear the new attire at Soldier Field on Sept.