The Seattle Seahawks ' search for an offensive coordinator has reportedly made its way to Buffalo. The team wants to interview Buffalo Bills quarterback coach Ken Dorsey for the opening, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter ...
by: Liz Mathews — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 53m
The Seattle Seahawks want to interview Buffalo Bills’ quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey for their open offensive coordinator position.
by: John P. Gilbert — SB Nation: Field Gulls 1h
The offseason has yet to arrive for the handful of NFL teams that will play in the conference championship games Sunday, however, that has not stopped much of the talk around the league from...
by: Logan Ulrich — NFL Trade Rumors 2h
According to Adam Schefter, the Seahawks want to interview Bills QB coach Ken Dorsey for their offensive coordinator vacancy. Schefter adds the Seahawks have spoken with Rams passing game coordinator Shane Waldron and Saints QB
by: Mike Florio — NBC Sports 3h
Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown won’t play today due to a knee injury, but the Buccaneers want him to play for the Buccaneers during the 2021 season. Via Ian Rapoport, the Buccaneers want Brown back next season. It’s no surprise, given that the...
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports 18h
Not only after the Lions announced Aaron Glenn as their new defensive coordinator, multiple reports indicate the team is in agreement to make Anthony Lynn the offensive coordinator. New Lions head coach Dan Campbell and Glenn played for Bill...
Seahawks position overview: K.J. Wright’s future is the big question for Seattle’s linebackers in 2021
by: Bob Condotta — The Seattle Times 19h
The strong play of the linebackers was among the keys to the Seahawks' improved defense last season. Seattle seems to want to keep the group together next year, but what happens with free agent K.J. Wright is the biggest question.
by: Brandon Gustafson — MY Northwest 23h
The Seahawks reportedly interviewed Raiders RBs coach Kirby Wilson for OC, and his familiarity with Pete Carroll could land him the gig.
by: Lee Vowell — Fansided: 12th Man Rising 23 Jan
Most of the Seahawks 2020 defense should return but with possible major subtractions. Seattle has some huge free agent decisions, like whether to try to re...
by: Tyler Alsin — SB Nation: Field Gulls 23 Jan
The Seattle Seahawks third-down struggles were the source of conversation for much of the season. Field Gulls Managing Editor Mookie Alexander covered the team’s inefficiency back in October, and...
by: Tim Weaver — USA Today: Panthers Wire 23 Jan
There are four surviving teams in the 2020 NFL season, and all four faced off in Week 6. The Buccaneers put a serious 38-10 whomping on the Packers with a defensive game plan from Todd Bowles that …
by: Rob Staton — Seahawks Draft Blog 23 Jan
With the Senior Bowl kicking off this week, I spoke to Jim Nagy about some of the players who might be on Seattles radar. He also offered some interesting names to watch.
by: Dwight Perry / Sideline Chatter — The Seattle Times 23 Jan
So, just how savvy was Philip Rivers? Let JJ Watt tell you. “I’ll never forget lining up for a play,” tweeted the Texans defensive star of the just-retired QB, “and Phil pointing to one of our linebackers and telling him...
by: Liz Mathews — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 23 Jan
A new name surfaced in the Seattle Seahawks’ search for a new offensive coordinator – New Orleans Saints’ quarterback coach, Joe Lombardi.
The linebackers' strong play was among the keys to the Seahawks' improved defense last season. Seattle seems to want to keep the group together, but what happens with free agent K.J. Wright is the biggest question. @bcondotta's LB offseason overview: https://t.co/Yae6GKCv9KNewspaper / Magazine
Two more names to add to Seattle’s list. If nothing else, this seems to show we’re still a little ways away from a decision. Dorsey obviously has other things going on today.Seattle Seahawks want to interview Bills' QB coach Ken Dorsey for their OC job, per sources. Seahawks also have been speaking to Rams' pass-game coordinator Shane Waldron and Saints' QB coach Joe Lombardi about their OC job.Beat Writer / Columnist
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