Carroll was quick to extinguish the fire when asked on his 710 ESPN Seattle radio show if it was a possibility following the Seahawks' 17-14 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
"No, we will not," Carroll said. "He's 12-for-13 going into the game, guys. That was a hard day for whatever reason. We didn't kick the ball off very well, either. It was just a hard day to kick the ball for us."
Walsh, who misfired on attempts from 44, 39 and 49 yards, was released by the Minnesota Vikings last year and signed a one-year deal with Seattle in the offseason. The Seahawks, as a result, elected to let longtime kicker Steven Hauschka leave in free agency.
"I didn't help my team (Sunday), that's for sure," the 27-year-old Walsh said, via ESPN.com. "The thing is, though, is that this is the first time this year where I haven't really come through, and I've got to remember that. As much as it (stinks), and as much as I want to be there for my teammates and help us win, I've got to remember that I'm capable of doing good things here."
Walsh won't have long to wait on that chance as the Seahawks (5-3) visit the NFC West rival Arizona Cardinals (4-4) on Thursday (8:25 p.m., NBC).