Pete Carroll discussed Marshawn Lynch on Saturday. The Seahawks running back could face discipline from the NFL following his arrest for driving under the influence this offseason. "This is something we really can't talk about. Marshawn and I have been on the topic since the first day of it," Carroll said. "We've had very good communication about it. There is a process going on that we can't even really talk about it. But I'm pleased the way he has worked with us so we understand what is going on. This is a process that really has to take a life of its own and we have to follow that through." Carroll admitted that he was disappointed in Lynch, who pleaded not guilty earlier this week to charges of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. "Always concerned and disappointed when anybody gets in any kind of trouble of any kind and didn't know the facts, didn't know anything about it," the coach said of his initial reaction. "We talked our way through it, understand it and I was pleased the way we were able to interact so we could be on top of it. We'll make it through."
Carroll 'Concerned, Disappointed' About Lynch