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Pete Carroll was born on September 15, 1951 in San Francisco, California, USA as Peter Clay Carroll. He is an actor, known for Super Bowl XLIX (2015), Super Bowl XLVIII (2014) and NFL Monday Night Football (1970). He has been married to Glena Goranson since May 21, 1976. They have three children. He was previously married to Wendy Pearl. See full bio »

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Super Bowl XLIX
Super Bowl XLIX Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach
Super Bowl XLVIII
Super Bowl XLVIII Himself - Seattle Seahawks Head Coach
NFL Monday Night Football
NFL Monday Night Football Himself - New England Patriots Head Coach / Himself - Minnesota Vikings Defensive Backs Coach / Himself - New York Jets Defensive Coordinator / Himself - Buffalo Bills Defensive Backs Coach
2007 NFL Draft
2007 NFL Draft Himself


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Alternate Names:

Coach Pete Carrol | Pete Carrol

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[on bravery] It's courage and character that make the difference between players and great players, between great surgeons and ones who bury their mistakes.


Coached the New York Jets in 1994, became San Francisco Forty-Niners defensive coordinator, then served as head coach of the New England Patriots 1997-1999. See more »

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