SEATTLE (CBS/1090 THE FAN) — The Seahawks have reached an agreement on a contract extension with Pete Carroll that would keep the head coach in Seattle through 2019.
The deal comes just days after the team locked up general manager John Schneider with a contract extension.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the deal Tuesday afternoon.
Carroll originally took over as head coach for Seattle in 2010. Through six seasons, he’s led the Seahawks to a 60-36 record (.625 win-loss %) and appeared in back-to-back Super Bowls, making him the winningest coach in franchise history. At 64,he’s also the oldest coach in the NFL.