Carroll: We'll see where it goes with Hill

RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the team told troubled linebacker Leroy Hill to stay away from this weekend's minicamp to avoid being a distraction.

Hill missed Seattle's first minicamp last month, and Carroll said Sunday as the team wrapped up its second minicamp that Hill was told to get his own personal matters under control.

Hill was arrested for investigation of domestic violence in the Seattle suburb of Issaquah in early April, just days after reaching a plea deal on a marijuana charge in Georgia. Hill, a four-year starter for Seattle, could be subject to testing and possible discipline in the NFL's confidential substance abuse program.

Carroll says once Hill gets his business handled, "we'll see where it goes."