3:20 PM PT -- Seahawks head coach Pete Carrolljust addressed the suspension minutes ago ... calling the whole situation "unfortunate" ... and says there were no signs of any sort of relapse.
"We heard today that it was coming," Carroll told reporters on Monday. "Our heart goes out to Josh having to face this again and the fact that he's up against it and all this poses a great challenge to him."
"Fortunately, he'll have the benefit of all the league's resources to support him and help him. We wish him the very best in taking care of business."
When asked if there were any signs of a relapse, Carroll said, "We saw Josh at a really high level the whole time he was here. The work ethic he brought was one, but getting along with people and being good to work with and talk and all that and deal with on a regular basis, he was great."
"We were not aware that there was anything to be concerned about other than the history, in which we knew about."