Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll agrees with New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick when it comes to the NFL allowing more time with players during the offseason.

Both coaches haven't been shy about voicing their opinion on the matter, and Belichick recently brought it up in discussions at the NFL owners meetings.

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That led Carroll to share his support, as he thinks it would provide a better overall experience for coaches and players.

From ESPN's Mike Reiss:

“I was vocal last year — I think it comes with time and being comfortable,” he said. “There isn’t a trigger that says, ‘Talk to these guys.’ It just kind of happens and you have to go with the flow and be alert of the time to do it. And you have to be on-point when you do it.”

“The game would just be better if we were able to do that, and if we were in connection with them more, they would be healthier as well — we could monitor their well-being. You don't even have to mandate that. Just give them the option.”

This idea would certainly give coaches more options when it comes to developing players, and perhaps it's something the NFL will consider sooner rather than later.

As for the Carroll, he'll try to lead the Seahawks to yet another playoff appearance next season.