Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carr is on a path to becoming the first coach in NFL history to win the Superbowl.
But a new report claims that Carroll could be facing a potential lawsuit after his family dentist filed a claim against him.
The Seattle Times reports that Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider is working with the family dentist to settle the claims.
Schneider is reportedly willing to pay $15 million to settle.
Schneider has been linked to several former Seahawks, including wide receiver Percy Harvin and quarterback Russell Wilson.
Harvin has been out of action since suffering a broken leg in a Week 17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Schneider was fired after the season, and Wilson is under contract through 2021.
Carr’s son, Aaron, played football at the University of Georgia, but he has also been in the public eye as a father of an autistic child.
Sources told the Times that the dental issues have been a long-running issue for Carr, who reportedly had a $7.9 million estate when he died.