Well, consider Paul Allen to be two-for-two this week. The Seattle Seahawks have signed head coach Pete Carroll to a three-year extension on Tuesday, per Adam Schefter:
Seahawks reached agreement with HC Pete Carroll today, two days after locking up GM John Schneider, sources tell ESPN. Deal through 2019.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 26, 2016
The deal comes two days after they signed John Schneider to a five-year extension. What should we make of the difference in years between the two personnel executives? Probably nothing more than the fact that one of them is like 20 years older than the other. I don't think this necessarily means that Carroll will retire after 2019, just like it doesn't assure that he'll be here all the way until 2019, it just means that as of right now, the Seahawks have Carroll and Schneider under contract through the next four seasons and that's just fucking amazing.
Editors note: Feel free to green every comment. This is a time to celebrate like mad.