want music at practice. 67-year-old head coach Pete Carroll does.“I’ve always thought that it’s really important Chris Carson Color Rush Jersey
,” Carroll told reporters on Thursday regarding music at practice. “It’s really a valuable aspect of the practice experience. We also — we call on the Blue Angels that fly too, to just help us with the noise. They added to it today, made it really challenging today. It’s more than just music. The music is playing here all the time, in meetings and all that kind of stuff. Without question it has something to do with uplifting the spirit of guys, and me too. The other day George Fant Color Rush Jersey
, the sound system went out and everyone was like, what’s going on? Everyone could tell and feel the difference in what it feels like.”There’s an important reason for the noise.“It’s never quiet at the stadium,” Carroll said. “It always is [loud], wherever we are going, away or home. We have to learn to deal with that whole factor. We also get that benefit as well. It’s really way more than that. It’s all more about the juice and the energy that it works and lends us to.”Carroll was asked whether the noise meshes with the culture Carroll has tried to maintain in Seattle.“Absolutely Rashaad Penny Color Rush Jersey
,” Carroll said. “Back in the day, in high school, you had a teacher that you went to that class and when you went to that class, you knew you were going in, something might happen that day. You’re always kind of wondering what was going to happen and what was happening and you might do the noise and the music outside. I like our environment to be that kind of energized. Wherever we can keep it upbeat and keep them challenged and guessing and not white sure what’s going to happen next Doug Baldwin Color Rush Jersey
, that’s what we are endeavoring to do.”Fans and media are definitely wondering what’s going to happen next for the Seahawks. Chances are that, whatever it is, it will be good. The Seahawks have made a couple of their roster decisions in the secondary.According to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com, the Seahawks have released veteran defensive back Deshawn Shead and waived safety Shalom Luani. Shead confirmed the move in a message on his Twitter account Friday evening.Shead – the only member of the team’s formerly star-studded Super Bowl team secondary – was re-signed by Seattle early in training to bolster the team’s numbers at safety as second-round pick Marquise Blair was still working back from an injury. Shead had an 88-yard interception return for a touchdown in Seattle’s second preseason game in Minnesota. He spent time both at safety and cornerback during training camp and played both spots in games.Luani spent last season with the Seahawks after the team acquired him in a trade with the Oakland Raiders at the end of training camp for a seventh-round draft pick. He played mostly on special teams in his 12 games with the team last season.Shead could easily be a player Seattle looks to bring back after the first week of the season when veteran contracts no longer become guaranteed for the full year.