RENTON, Wash. (AP) Pete Carroll finally had the chance to see new safety Jamal Adams on the field in a Seattle Seahawks uniform Monday.
It was during the kind of workout Carroll would have conducted months ago in a normal NFL offseason, not less than six weeks before the scheduled season opener.
"This is just a unique time. There's nothing like it," Carroll said via video conference "We're going to put together a camp that's going to take us right to the opening game and away we go. Like I said to you guys in the past, I don't feel uncomfortable with that because we just came out of the nine years of doing it at (USC). Your first game, you're playing for the national championship and if you don't win that game you may be out of it. And so, it's the same thought and the same approach. We'll try to do a really good job with a really clear sight on how we're going about it."