The bonding of a championship team, the meshing in the middle of what has become among the top NFL defenses of the last 40 years, didn’t begin on a practice field.
It wasn’t hatched in a draft room or at the NFL combine. Or even in any games.
It began over a 2010 episode of “Family Guy” inside a hotel room in Bellevue.
Pete Carroll was in his first spring as Seahawks coach. Even though Seattle had veteran Lawyer Milloy at safety that season, Carroll and his staff knew that would be the last of Milloy’s 15 seasons in the …