According to Adam Schefter, the Seahawks have signed HC Pete Carroll to a new multi-year extension that runs through the 2025 season
Schefter adds that Carroll’s new contract is believed to be a five-year extension that makes him one of, if not, the highest-paid head coaches in the NFL.
The deal is expected to enable Carroll, the NFL’s oldest head coach, to finish his career in Seattle. He’ll be 74 years old when the deal expires.
Schefter adds the move was done quietly some time ago and no one with the organization has yet confirmed the extension.
Carroll, 69, was hired as the Seahawks’ head coach back in 2010. Since taking the job, Carroll has led the team to a record of 107-60-1 to go along with eight playoff appearances, two trips to the Super Bowl and a championship in 2013.