Pete Carroll: Early Life, Career, Personal Life & Net Worth

Pete Carroll is one of the legendary icons of the NFL, the former American Football Player and current football coach of the Seattle Seahawks.

Adding to that, Pete is a head coach and executive vice president of the Seattle Seahawks.

This second-oldest coach of the NFL has won six bowl games and BCS National Championship Games to renowned him as the best coach alive.

NFL Coach Pete Carroll
NFL Coach Pete Carroll

After the lifetime sacrifice over the NFL from the former best player to the current best coach, he is the inspiration and encouragement to all the upcoming NFL players.

Well, today, we will be discussing everything about this legend regarding his early life, career, personal life, achievements, net worth, quotes, etc. But let us start with his quick facts.

Quick Facts: Pete Carroll

 Birth Name Peter Clay “Pete” Carroll
Age 70 Years Old
Nick Name Pete
Education University of the Pacific and College of Marin
Date of Birth September 15, 1951
Gender Male
Profession American football player and Football Coach
Place of Birth San Francisco, California, USA
Nationality American
Birth Nation United States of America
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Virgo
Marital Status Married
Spouse Glena Goranson
Children Brennan Carroll
Jaime Carroll
Nate Carroll
Nathan Carroll
Father James Edward Carroll
Mother Rita Carroll
Siblings One Brother
Brothers Jim Carroll
Religion Christianity
Height 5 feet and 11 inches
Weight 103 kg or 227 pounds
Eye Color Light Brown
Hair Color Silver White
Net Worth $30 million
Source of Income Football Coach
Sexual Orientation Straight
Social Media Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
Merch Compete to Create, Finding Your Best, Win Forever
Last Update July, 2022

Early Life and Education of Pete Carroll

The legendary NFL player and coach, Pete Carroll, was born on September 15, 1951, in a beautiful city of San Francisco, California, United States.

This NFL legend was the proud son of Rita and James Edward “Jim” Carroll.

His grandfather was an immigrant from Irish.

Carroll grew up and spent his early life in Greenbrae, California, and attended Greenbrae School.

For further study, he attended Redwood High School, which is located in Larkspur, California.

He wanted to join high school sports even though he has less height and weight than other students.

With the clearance report from the doctor, he was allowed to join the sports team.

Beautiful Family of Pete Carroll
Beautiful Family of Pete Carroll

During his senior year, he became a multi-sport star with skills and talents in football, basketball, and baseball.

He was also awarded the school’s Athlete of the Year in 1969.

At the end of his high school sports, he was included in the Redwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

Pete always wanted to learn from the great LSU defensive back Tommy Casanova who was an inspiration for him.

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Age, Height, Weight, and Body Measurements

This second-oldest coach of the NFL has reached 70 Years of age, celebrating his birthday every 15th of September.

The Zodiac sign of Pete is Virgo, representing his personality as practical, hard-working, and analytical.

Talking about his body measurements, he has an average body height of 5 feet and 11 inches, i.e., 1.8m.

Also, Pete has a total body weight of 103 kg, i.e., 227 pounds.

Carroll is blessed with a pair of silvery-white eyes with light brown hair color.

Although he has less height for a player, he was one of the best football players of his time and now the best football coach.

Personal Life of Pete Carroll

This 70 Years Old NFL Coach is married to Glena, an indoor volleyball player at the University of the Pacific.

Similarly, Pete and Glena are blessed with three beautiful children; two sons named Brennan and Nate and a daughter named Jaime.

Both of Pete’s son Brennan and Nate are the member of Seattle Seahawks coaching staff.

Also, Pete has one grandchild named Dillon Brennan from Brennan and his wife, Amber.

Jim Carroll, Pete’s older brother, is a businessman who operates a business in the upper Midwest and is currently retired and residing in Phoenix, Arizona.

He had written some books also in collaboration with other writers. His book explains the journey in football and shows his wisdom for football.

Pete Carroll: Career

Early Career

Completing his high school education, Carroll joined junior college, where he played football for two years, then again moved to the University of the Pacific.

There he became a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity member.

He played for two years achieving All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors in 1971 and 1972.

His first job was selling roofing materials in the Bay Area, which he left after few months.

Pete was forced for this job after his rejection on team Honolulu Hawaiians due to his small size shoulders.

Later his head coach, Chester Caddas, noticed his energetic and positive side of the game, which impressed him to offer Pete a job as a graduate assistant as the staff member.

National Football League

Carroll entered the NFL in 1984 after leaving behind the Pacific with a year of experience.

Initially, he entered as the defensive backs coach of the Buffalo Bills.

Again after a year in Buffalo Bills, he moved to Minnesota Vikings and stayed for five seasons.

With success in Vikings, he was hired by the New York Jets, and in 1994, he was elevated to Head Coach.

Carroll delivering Speech
Carroll delivering Speech

Sadly, due to many losses under his management, he was fired after one season.

Pete was then hired by the San Francisco 49ers as defensive coordinator and served for two seasons.

USC Trojans

Later on December 15, 2000, Carroll was assigned as Trojans’ head coach for a contract of five years.

Though the assigning of Carroll as head coach was criticized by media and fans, he managed to hold the ground.

But after a while, he got support from former NFL players such as Gary Plummer, Ronnie Lott, Willie McGinest, and Tim McDonald.

The situation of removing Carroll from USC Trojans was such intense that fans refused to donate until Pete was removed.

However, after winning the competitions, people slowly began to change their minds over Carroll, and the situation got reversed.

Pete became the number 1 best hiring coach by ESPN.com.

Personal Awards and Achievements

  • In 2003, he was awarded Coach of the year by American Football Coaches Association Division I-A.
  • ESPN.com National award him as Coach of the Year in 2003.
  • National Quarterback Club College award him as Coach of the Year in 2004.
  • ESPN.com Pac-10 Coach of the Year in 2004.
  • In 2005, he was awarded Coach of the year by United States Sports Academy Amos Alonzo Stagg.
  • Nominated as ESPY Award for Best Coach in 2005.

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Some Interesting Facts about Pete Carroll

  1. He is the second oldest coach in the NFL to win the Super Bowl.
  2. Pete Carroll grew up in California and developed a love for water recreation activities. He owns a second home in Southern California, allowing him to jet ski, surf, paddle boarding, and boat.
  3. Pete Caroll’s “Win Forever” philosophy has evolved to the internet. He launched CampPete to teach children this philosophy.
  4. In 2003, as an answer to the growing incidents of gang violence, Pete Carroll founded “A Better LA,” a charity aimed at the poorer areas of the Los Angeles community.
  5. Pete Carroll was nicknamed “Big Balls Pete” by the University of Southern California School Band because of his propensity to call “trick” plays and go for it on 4th down rather than punting the ball.

Pete Carroll: Quotes

“Each person holds so much power within themselves that needs to be let out. Sometimes they need a little nudge, a little direction, a little support, a little coaching, and the greatest things can happen.”

“It isn’t about the words you say. It’s about the energetic message you send.”

“At the highest level in the NFL, the passing game is as complex as you can imagine.”

Net Worth of Pete Carroll

This legendary player and coach of the NFL, after having an amazing professional career, is no doubt sitting on the throne of multi-million dollars.

The total estimated net worth of Pete Carroll is around $30 million, which is an impressive number.

Currently, his major source of income is through his football coaching.

Although living a long life, this gentleman is having a luxurious lifestyle spending his millions of dollars.

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Social Media Presence

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is equally famous on social media platforms.

However, he is not as active as today’s teenagers on social media, though he is available on several social media platforms.

Well, he is most active on his Twitter account, where he has a huge follower of 2.2 million with over 5.6k tweets.

Similarly, Pete is active on other social media platforms like Facebook, with over 672k followers.

The coach is also active on Instagram with over 488k followers.

He also has a Linkedin account.

FAQs

How much is Pete Carroll’s Net Worth?

Pete Carroll’s has an estimated net worth of around $30 Million.

What college did Pete Carroll Coach?

Pete Carroll coached the Pacific Tigers Football team of college Pacific Tigers.

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