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    Pete Carroll said he and Richard Sherman met for an hour Friday morning to discuss the cornerbacks sideline outburst during the Seattle Seahawks 24-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams.Sherman engaged in a shouting match with Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell after they called a pass play from the Rams 1-yard line. He had to be calmed down by teammates.I just spent an hour with him, and weve been through it, Carroll said on 710 ESPN Seattles Brock and Salk show. I love Richard. I just flat-out love the dude, and Ive been with him through so much and watched him grow and do so many unbelievable things. We made it through it. He knows that wasnt right. Hes just so fiery, and weve seen him before. Hell speak for himself on that. But I feel very good about where he is right now. Were going to be all right.It was too bad. It was a distraction to the game. And thats not the way its supposed to go.Carroll was asked later in the day if he viewed Shermans actions as insubordination.I think if we werent able to come back from that, I think so, he said. I think it would depend. It would depend on how the meeting went. The meeting went very well, and it was very clear.That doesnt mean that it was OK. That doesnt mean that it wasnt something that needed to be addressed. He was the only guy that was in my office this morning. So we went right after it. I was going to make my decision on how to move forward based on what happened and how we communicated. And I feel very good about it.After Thursdays game, Sherman referenced the Seahawks Super Bowl XLIX loss to the New England Patriots?in 2015 when Russell Wilson was intercepted on a pass from the 1-yard line.Im upset about us throwing from the 1, Sherman said. Id rather do what most teams would do, making a conscientious decision to run the ball.I was letting [Carroll] know. Weve already seen how that goes.Carroll said the Super Bowl loss is still on the mind of many coaches and players.Ive got a lot of games like that, Carroll said. That was the worst one. Ive got a lot of things that fuel me, and I dont mind holding on to some stuff because I need the edge and I need to be whatever it is that makes me. I dont mind.Ive made the choice to leave some things on the shelf that Im going to run into every once in a while. And its going to remind me of what I believe in and what I stand for and whats important to me, and I know that Sherm feels the same way. And a number of our guys do. But no, its not fresh. Its not something we talked about. But that just stirred up something, and it caught Sherm wrong and he went off. Cheap Air Max 95 Wholesale NZ . The Olympic champion curler and TSN curling analyst immediately went online to look at the Halls long list of honoured members. Thats when the enormity of the honour sunk in. Air Max 95 Cheap Sale . 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I think I could play today," Jeter said after running bases before New York won its series finale 2-0 at Texas on Thursday. "I feel good. I didnt feel my leg, which is good." Asked what he still has to do to be ready, Jeter responded, "Play a game." He has also been taking batting practice and fielding grounders this week. Manager Joe Girardi said after the series finale that he had watched Jeter and was getting good reports about how the shortstop was feeling. "Hell run again (Friday), hell see a doctor and then well go from there," said Girardi, refusing though to say whether Jeter would play. "Im not throwing anything out there. ... Im not dismissed anything either." After the Yankees play this weekend at home against Tampa Bay, they have five consecutive games at National League parks, eliminating the possibility of designated hitter. Because of that, Girardi said Jeter will have to be able to play in the field. Jeter said that shouldnt be an issue. After the Rays, New York has days off before and after a two-game series at the Los Angeles Dodgers before heading to San Diego. "No problem. We play the weekend, then have a day off.dddddddddddd Then two days and we have another day off," Jeter said. "I can play defensively. Everythings been good." Jeter has played only one game this season. He returned from off-season surgery on his left ankle July 11, and hit the first pitch he saw for an infield single. But he strained his right quadriceps in that game, putting him back on the DL. The 39-year-old Jeter broke his ankle in the opener of the AL championship series last October. A second fracture was discovered while he was rehabbing, delaying his return. He played only four minor league rehabilitation games before rejoining the Yankees. Jeter said he hadnt felt pain in the area since "a couple of days before the last MRI," which was July 18. But he added that he "wasnt running then. I was walking." NOTES: Yankees OF Curtis Granderson, out since breaking his left pinkie on May 24, started a minor league rehabilitation assignment with Class A Tampa. He played five innings in left and was hitless in two at-bats with a walk. ... New York INF Jayson Nix, sidelined by a strained right hamstring, played third base for Tampa and went 0 for 2 with a walk in his second minor league game. ------ AP freelancers Lary Bump and Mark Didtler contributed to this report. ' ' '