May 24, 2013 at 11:47 AM
Carroll concerned about Seahawks off-field behavior
Criminals don’t belong on the field
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin has been suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season after the league announced he violated the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.(Ben Margot / The Associated Press)
Players who get arrested, are put in jail and/or are given citations for inappropriate behavior do not belong on the team. No second chances [“Carroll calls off-field issues ‘real serious,’” Sports, May 21].
Coach Carroll is not paid to be a father figure for arrogant members of the team. If players to not know what is right and good, then let them go.
Gail Hoover, Redmond
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