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Sport Pete Carroll wants Brian Schottenheimer as new Seahawks OC

00:15  14 january  2018
00:15  14 january  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Seahawks reportedly decide on new offensive coordinator: former Jets, Rams OC Brian Schottenheimer - Duration: 1:07.

# Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called Brian Schottenheimer and offered him the vacant OC job. They are working on the deal, but it’s expected to get done, as @AdamSchefter said. This was their top choice, offering now before other teams got involved.

Pete Carroll has his new offensive coordinator in sight.

The Seahawks coach offered the job left vacant Wednesday when Darell Bevell was fired to Colts quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer. ESPN first reported the news and said a deal is "expected to get done."

a man holding a microphone: Brian Schottenheimer © (Getty Images) Brian Schottenheimer

Bevell was fired, along with offensive line coach Tom Cable, after the Seahawks went 9-7 and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2011. The Seahawks allowed 43 sacks, which was 10th worst in the league.

Schottenheimer has spent the last two seasons as the quarterbacks coach in Indianapolis. He was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Georgia in 2015 and spent the previous three seasons as the Rams offensive coordinator. His longest NFL tenure was with the Jets, for whom he ran the offense from 2006-11. He was a grad assistant with the Rams in 1997 and the Chiefs in 1998, but his first real NFL job was with the Redskins as the quarterbacks coach in 2001 before spending four seasons in the same position with the Chargers.

Seahawks general manager John Schneider was Washington's vice president of player personnel in 2001, when Schottenheimer was on the coaching staff of his father, Marty. Brian also served on his father's coaching staffs with the Chargers and Chiefs.

More Seahawks coaching changes: Dwaine Board won't return as DL coach .
The Seattle Seahawks are making a change at assistant defensive line coach. Sources told Sporting News that Dwaine Board will not be returning in 2018. Board was on his second stint with the Seahawks, having served as the team’s defensive line coach from 2003-08. Board returned as Seattle’s assistant defensive line coach in 2015.Board spent time coaching with Oakland (2009-10), Cleveland (2011-12) and St. Francis (Calif.) High School (2013-14) between his time with the Seahawks.Board’s departure is another change for a Seahawks staff that is being overhauled by head coach Pete Carroll.

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