Wednesday Round-Up: Pete Carroll Wants Seahawks To "Demonstrate Resilience" In 2015

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, July 29 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

SI Cover Story: Pete Carroll On Rebounding From Super Bowl Loss

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is featured front and center on this week's issue of Sports Illustrated, explaining how excited he is to see how his team will bounce back from its tough loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.

In the story, written by SI's Greg Bishop, Carroll says it has been "thrilling" to go through this offseason after 2014 ended with the decision to throw the ball from the 1-yard-line on second-and-goal with less than 30 seconds to play, a call that resulted in an interception and 28-24 Super Bowl win for New England.

"If you hope I'm going to cry over the deal, I'm not," Carroll tells Bishop. "I've moved past that."

Bishop outlines how Carroll has developed his optimistic approach since his days as head coach at USC, a philosophy that has evolved over the years to center around grit and resiliency as Carroll's team heads into 2015.

"I want our whole organization to show off how to overcome stuff," Carroll says. "I want us to demonstrate resilience, which is one of the foundations of grit. We're going to demonstrate it, just like we demonstrated the resilience to win. That was freakin' awesome, to get back [to the Super Bowl last year] when everybody said there was no chance. We're going to face all that again; there's some comfort in that. We know how we're going to do this. Here we go."

The magazine featuring Carroll on the cover hits newsstands Aug. 3.

Help Name The New Seahawks.com Podcast ... And You Could Win Tickets

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Seahawks Radio Network executive producer Matt 'Stretch' Johnson launched his very own podcast on Seahawks.com earlier this week, and he wants your help coming up with a name for his new show.

'Stretch' is offering up a pair of tickets to the Seahawks' preseason game against the Oakland Raiders to a fan that helps him name his new podcast. If you have a suggestion for 'Stretch,' shoot him a message on Twitter @MattJStretch.

And you can find a recap of the inaugural episode right here, where 'Stretch' previews the team's 2015 training camp, which opens this Friday.

Marshawn Lynch Gives Back

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch held his Fam 1st Family Foundation free youth football camp in Oakland, Calif. earlier this month and Complex magazine was on site to shoot a feature on Lynch's work benefitting kids in the Bay Area. The video is embedded for you above and when you're done watching be sure to check out this feature from Seahawks.com digital media reporter John Boyle, who also was in attendance at Lynch's camp.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who sends well-wishes to Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry, who has been medically cleared to practice eight months after being diagnosed with lymphoma.

More From Around The Web

Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle explains what Rocky Seto's new role as assistant head coach/defense means for the Seahawks in 2015.

Seahawks owner Paul Allen is co-producing the Seattle Art Fair, a four-day event that starts this Thursday.

Rob Rang at SeahawkFootball.com shares five position battles to watch as the Seahawks start training camp.

Q13 FOX's Aaron Levine sits down for a one-on-one interview with Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times shares thoughts on long snapper Nate Boyer's chances at making the team.

Gregg Bell at the Tacoma News Tribune writes about what to expect from the Seahawks defensive line.

And Doug Farrar at SI.com ranks Seattle's Russell Wilson as the ninth-best quarterback in the League.

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