2. The Seahawks are “making tremendous progress” even without a full squad.
As for the players who are not at camp, Carroll does not hold against the veterans who choose to stay away from this voluntary part of the off-season program.
“I support these guys, I support the decision we made,” he said.
And no matter where the players are currently, they participate in virtual team meetings, a continuation of how the team had to adapt last year when the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation. off-season program in person.
“We have guys who work all over the country, and guys who work locally who do their jobs,” Carroll said. “… We meet four days a week virtually with our team and we are making tremendous progress and things are moving forward.
“We’ve been here before with what we can do virtually and once again it’s going well. Our guys are dedicated and work their butts everywhere, everywhere… I know we found a rhythm in our Zoom If you remember last year I was worried because I didn’t know what the result would be until what we saw what the result was, and we thought we had made more progress that way, year than we have had in years past, so i’m still relying on that. I don’t know it’s better, I wouldn’t think so but, but I know it’s a good way to go. communication is part of it, and this interaction has worked really well. You’d be surprised how alive guys feel when they go through their footage and go through all the situations that we put them in, and all the communication they have to do. Everyone is really held responsible for it. Our guys are giving their own p the resentments of different aspects of the installation, so they are called to prepare to do it as units. So overall the coaches made it very creative and very interactive, and the reaction and response has been great. ”