Considering the potentially season-ending injury suffered by wide receiver Percy Harvin, you’d think the Seattle Seahawks would be in panic mode right now. That isn’t the case, however, at least not as far as coach Pete Carroll is concerned.
Carroll spoke with CBS Sports about maintaining a positive team attitude at training camp despite the huge setback:
That’s how we are. That’s just the way we try to live and operate. We’ve always been on that end of the spectrum, and we like being there. It’s nothing new, and it’s not about this season. It’s always certainly been a part of my coaching, and we operate on that side of the ledger.
We’re always looking at the guys who are available to us, and meanwhile we’re going to take care of Percy with the highest of hopes that we’ll figure it out and know the exact thing to do and all of that. So we have plenty of time and we’re going to utilize all of that time to take care of him.
The Seahawks coaching staff hopes Golden Tate can step-up in Harvin’s absence, but I donut know if he’s quite ready.
[Source: CBS Sports]