Tag search results
Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.
Here are five factors that played into Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s decision to fire Tom Cable and Darrell Bevell, listed in no particular order.
The Seahawks fired offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and offensive line coach Tom Cable on Wednesday. Bevell was in charge of calling plays, while Cable was responsible for a run game and offensive line that failed to meet expectations.
The Seahawks on Wednesday fired offensive-line coach and assistant head coach Tom Cable, a source told The Seattle Times. The move is part of a decision to revamp its offensive coaching staff in the wake of a 9-7 season that saw the Seahawks miss the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
The firing of Darrell Bevell as the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator could be just the beginning of multiple changes on the Seahawks’ coaching staff. Several reports also surfaced Wednesday morning that Seattle could be parting ways with defensive coordinator Kris Richard with Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network stating that Richard “would be allowed out of his contract for another opportunity.”
The Seahawks have fired seven-year offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, a source confirmed to The Seattle Times. Bevell had been Seattle’s offensive coordinator since the 2011 season, when he took over for Jeremy Bates, who was fired following the 2010 season – coach Pete Carroll’s first year with Seattle.
The move that had been anticipated for a day or so finally happened Wednesday as the Seahawks promoted
For all the fond memories of yesteryear, the final season when ties were allowed in college football – 1995 – was a reminder of why they went away. The ties that season included a Pac-10 game that ended up deciding who went to the Rose Bowl; an ugly 3-3 snoozefest between Big Ten foes that was the final Division I game to finish tied; and a lower-level national title game that finished with co-champions and is believed to be the final college game to end deadlocked.
The Seahawks haven’t exactly been daunted so far by life without Marshawn Lynch.
When Christine Michael arrived back at the Seattle Seahawks’ training facility last week, he was humble and quiet. He didn’t speak about himself, only of the opportunity he was getting again with the team that drafted him.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has always tried to “ignore the noise,” but he is not immune from it.
Marshawn Lynch’s mom is calling for Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell to be fired in a post on Facebook. Delisa Lynch (left in photo) posted her comments late on Monday night after her son was stopped on a fourth-and-1 run play in overtime as Seattle dropped its season opener to St. Louis 34-31 on Sunday. Delisa Lynch wrote that Bevell is the “worst play caller ever,” and that the run play on fourth-and-1 against the Rams was called only to justify the fact Seattle did not call a run play from the 1-yard line in the Super Bowl when Russell Wilson’s pass was intercepted by New England’s Malcolm Butler. She added that the Seahawks staff “loves” Bevell “more than a win.” The Seahawks travel to Green Bay on Sunday in a rematch of the NFC Championship game. – AP
Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will interview a second time for the Chicago Bears’ coaching job. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Bevell and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley were “heading toward second interviews.” Bradley is in the running for the Eagles’ job, and will head to Philadelphia today.