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Pete Carroll even better after early struggles

<strong>Larry Stone</strong>: After getting fired, Carroll reflected and re-evaluated and honed his methods, figuring out what worked best and what needed to be refined. In a word -- and this is Carroll's word -- he re-invented himself. Above, Carroll answers questions at his second Super Bowl Media Day in as many years. DEAN RUTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Larry Stone: After getting fired, Carroll reflected and re-evaluated and honed his methods, figuring out what worked best and what needed to be refined. In a word -- and this is Carroll's word -- he re-invented himself. Above, Carroll answers questions at his second Super Bowl Media Day in as many years.

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