Pete Carroll Uses 1 Word To Describe The German Field

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By Daniel Bates The atmosphere in Munich might’ve been unbelievable, but the same can’t be said for the playing surface according to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. Describing the field conditions in Germany with 710 ESPN Radio in Seattle, Carroll said it was “a nightmare.” Explaining that players never knew when their footing would give way. Tampa’s Todd Bowles seconded that notion on Monday, saying the field was “slick” and that even with longer studs in players’ cleats they were still slipping. Speaking to media members after his radio session, Carroll was asked if he thinks the NFL shoul…

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