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Here is Pete Carroll's "proposed" deal with Seattle

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From the LAT

Although the Seahawks and Carroll are close to a deal, which is believed to be a five-year contract to become president and head coach at $7 million a year, nothing has been signed, said sources close to the situation who are not authorized to speak on his behalf. The Seahawks are owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the league's richest owner, and are among the most image conscious franchises in the NFL. They will be looking to make an immediate splash with a coaching replacement while also trying to prevent former general manager Mike Holmgren, who is the new president of the Cleveland Browns, from raiding key members of their personnel and coaching staff.

That is a lot of Windows 7 money...