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Gus Bradley has upgraded his title from defensive coordinator to head coach.
To do so he departs from the Seattle Seahawks to run the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley reportedly has been hired to become the next head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed 10 players to future contracts, including eight who were on their practice squad at the end of the season.
The signings were on the NFL transaction report on Wednesday. The eight players on the Seahawks practice squad at the end of the season were: wide receivers Phil Bates and Bryan Waters; linebacker Kyle Knox; defensive backs Ron Parker and Chandler...
RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Seattle has moved quickly to hire Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to the same position with the Seahawks.
Seattle made the move on Thursday morning just hours after Gus Bradley left the Seahawks to become the head coach in Jacksonville.
Quinn returns to Seattle after two seasons with the Gators. He was the defensive line coach for Seattle in 2009 and...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have hired Gus Bradley to become the fifth head coach in franchise history. Bradley, 46, was the defensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks for the past four seasons, playing a vital role in the team’s two recent playoff appearances.
“It was just a matter of time before Gus Bradley became a head coach in the NFL,” Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell said...
Too little, too late
A heart-wrenching defeat in the closing seconds of the divisional round playoff matchup against the Atlanta Falcons doesn’t quite make me want to do any reflecting this week.
But, as it is my job to do so, I will bring you my final Seattle Seahawks week that was piece for the 2012 NFL football season.
This year had its share of wonderful memories, and also...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have ended their coaching search, selecting Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as their next head coach, the team announced today. Bradley had been the Seattle Seahawks' defensive coordinator since 2009.
The hire is somewhat surprising considering a trend towards hiring offensive coaches to lead teams. It's also surprising considering...
The Jacksonville Jaguars have an energetic head coach to go along with their brash general manager.
The Jaguars hired Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as the franchise’s fifth head coach Thursday, the latest move in the team’s rebuilding project.
The 46-year-old Bradley joins general manager Dave Caldwell, who led the coaching search after being hired last week.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hired Gus Bradley as their new head coach, ESPN reported Thursday. Bradley has been the Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator for the past four years. He replaces Mike Mularkey, who was fired after just one season. The Jaguars were a franchise-worst 2-14 this season, dating back to 1995. Bradley, 46, has received praise from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll...
The New York Jets have hired Seattle Seahawks executive John Idzik to be their general manager, ending a search that lasted nearly three weeks.
Idzik, the Seahawks' vice president of football administration, was selected Friday over Pittsburgh executive Omar Khan and Jets assistant GM Scott Cohen by owner Woody Johnson and team president Neil Glat.
Idzik's primary strengths...
Florida head coach Will Muschamp didn’t waste time. Just over an hour after former defensive coordinator Dan Quinn accepted the same job with the Seattle Seahawks, Muschamp promoted Florida linebackers coach D.J. Durkin to the defensive coordinator position for the Gators.
The idea was to eliminate a transition. Florida head coach Will Muschamp moved fast enough to avoid one. When former defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was announced as the new defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday afternoon, Muschamp didn’t drag his feet. In just over an hour, his decision to promote linebackers coach D.J. Durkin was official. It was a part of the plan.