Net Worth: $12 Million
- Source of Wealth Sports, Football, NFL Coach
- Birth Place San Francisco, California
- Marital Status Married to Glena Goranson
- Full Name Peter Clay Carroll
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth September 15, 1951
- Occupation Seattle Seahawks Head Coach
- Education University of the Pacific and College of Marin
- Children Brennan, Jaime and Nathan
About Pete Carroll
National Football League (NFL) Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has an estimated net worth of $12 million and an annual salary of $6.6 million. He is also the executive vice president of Football Operations of the Seahawks. Born Peter Clay Carroll in San Francisco, California on September 15, 1951, he came from a family of Irish and Austrian immigrants. He attended redwood High School in Larkspur, California. He was a three-sport standout in football where he played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back, basketball and baseball thus earning the school’s Athlete of the Year award as a senior in 1969. In April 2009, he was inducted into the charter class of the Redwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame, forty years later.
Carroll attended junior college at the nearby College of Marin where he played football for two years and lettering in his second year. He then transferred to the University of the Pacific where he played free safety for two years while earning the All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors in 1971 and 1972 as well as earning his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1973. He tried out for the Honolulu Hawaiians of the World Football League but did not make it due to his shoulder problems and his small size for the position. From 1973 to 1983, he served as a college assistant to his head coach at the Pacific, graduate assistant at the University of Arkansas and Iowa State University.
Pete Carroll entered the NFL in 1984 as the defensive backs coach of the Buffalo Bills and a year after, to the Minnesota Vikings for five seasons (1985-1989). He also served the New York Jets (1994), San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots (1997-1999) and the University of Southern Carolina Trojans football team. He was named head coach on January 11, 2010 and became the eighth head coach in the team’s history after one of the most successful funs in USC history in the college ranks.