The Seattle Seahawks had interest in Antonio Brown when he was released by the Oakland Raiders, but that does not appear to be the case now that he's a free agent again upon his release by the New England Patriots.

Since signing with the Patriots, there have been multiple sexual assault allegations against Brown.

“We’re pretty well set right now,” Carroll said Friday, via Gregg Bell of the News Tribune. “We kind of know where we’re going with that.”

Carroll’s reaction was similar to those of Sean Payton and Sean McVay, who were asked about their interest in Brown.

“Right now, where we are . . .I like our depth at that position,” Payton said, via Dianna Russini of ESPN. “I haven’t paid much attention. I’m focused on the guys here.”

“You always look into things,” McVay said, via quotes distributed by the team. “We evaluate, but with the situation we have specific to the receiver position, we couldn’t be happier with the guys that we do have.”