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Thursday Round-Up: Pete Carroll Among Head Coaches 2018 NFL Draft Prospects Would Prefer To Play For
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Which NFL Coach Would You Most Like To Play For?
Last month at the Senior Bowl, NFL.com polled 20 prospects from 2018's NFL Draft class on a handful of football-related topics hoping to shine some light on how incoming NFL players view the game's current landscape. This week, NFL.com's Chase Goodbread is publishing some of the poll results.
Today’s question — which NFL coach would you most like to play for? — garnered a couple of votes for Seattle head coach Pete Carroll, who has led the Seahawks to two Super Bowls and one championship trophy since landing in the Pacific Northwest back in 2010. New England's Bill Belichick received the most votes (4), followed by the Raiders' Jon Gruden (3), New Orleans' Sean Payton (3), and Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin (3).
Here's a look at how the 20 NFL prospects voted:
Bill Belichick, Patriots (4)
Jon Gruden, Raiders (3)
Sean Payton, Saints (3)
Mike Tomlin, Steelers (3)
Pete Carroll, Seahawks (2)
Dan Quinn, Falcons (2)
Jason Garrett, Cowboys (1)
Bill O'Brien, Texans (1)
Sean McVay, Rams (1)
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Mike Mayock at NFL.com unveiled the first of his position-by-position rankings for the 2018 NFL Draft.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times rounds up which players the latest NFL mock drafts are projecting to the Seahawks.
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Bill Barnwell at ESPN.com lays out five moves each NFC team should make this offseason.
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