After 14 seasons, 10 playoff appearances and the franchise’s lone Super Bowl championship, Pete Carroll is out as the Seattle Seahawks‘ coach.

Team owner Jody Allen said in a statement Wednesday that the decision was made “after thoughtful meetings and careful consideration for the best interest of the franchise.” Carroll, whose Seahawks finished 9-8 and missed out on the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, will remain with the team in an unspecified advisory role.

Over the last 14 seasons, the Seahawks’ .606 winning percentage in regular-season games ranks sixth-best in the NFL. Their 10 playoff appearances include five NFC West titles, but they haven’t advanced past the divisional round since the 2014 season and are 25-26 since 2021 with their only trip to the playoffs in that stretch ending with a wild-card loss.