• Wilson, Carroll plan to win multiple Super Bowls in Seattle

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Feb 6, 2014
    “The thing that I said was, to win multiple Super Bowls, you’ve got to win the first one first. At today’s victory parade and rally in Seattle, both Wilson and Carroll said they plan on winning more Super Bowls in the future. We just have to get better," Carroll said. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a little cold on the day of the Super Bowl, coach Pete Carroll revealed Wednesday. Carroll said the 2013 season is behind the Seahawks, and they don’t think it was their last championship season. As sh...
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      Fresh off spending more than two hours winding his way in front of a parade crowd that surpassed the population of Seattle, Pete Carroll was ready for the postseason to finally arrive.
      Source: ESPN.com

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