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In a move that few could have foreseen when they began the season with one of the NFL’s best offenses, the Seahawks announced Tuesday that they have parted ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Just like everyone else who is a Seahawks player, coach or fan, Brian Schottenheimer wishes the team didn’t have to climb out of as many first-half holes to win games as it did a year ago.
Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer made it about as clear as possible this week that there is no tailback controversy. “I mean, Chris (Carson) is our guy,” Schottenheimer said Friday. “We know that. He’s playing terrific football.” That doesn’t mean there isn’t at least a little bit of a tailback conundrum.
Pete Carroll and Brian Schottenheimer sat together and decided that with their team winless after two games, there needed to be a change.
The son of highly respected NFL head coach Marty Schottenheimer, Brian Schottenheimer was tasked with rebuilding the Seahawks’ offense. Here’s a look at what he’s about, and how he honed his coaching philosophies.
Apparently, Russell Wilson will refer to his new play caller as “Schotty.”
The Seattle Seahawks have hired Brian Schottenheimer as their offensive coordinator and are bringing back Ken Norton Jr. to oversee the defense.
Monday’s news that the Seattle Seahawks will hire Ken Norton Jr. as defensive coordinator and Mike Solari as offensive line coach solidify the major positions on the team’s coaching staff heading into the 2018 season – it had earlier been reported that Seattle will hire Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator. Here are five quick thoughts on the coaching changes and what they mean, in no particular order.
The Seahawks are expected to hire Brian Schottenheimer as their new offensive coordinator to replace Darrell Bevell, who was fired on Tuesday in the wake of a 9-7 season that saw Seattle miss the playoffs for the first time since 2011.