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Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell was a hot commodity while various teams were searching for a head coach these past weeks, especially the Chicago Bears, who had him on their top 3 list.
He was also scheduled to interview with the Jacksonville Jaguars before they decided on giving Gus Bradley the position.
As of last night, all head coaching vacancies have been filled, and according to ESPN's John Clayton, Bevell won't be leaving Seattle any time soon.
'Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell also was a candidate for the Arizona job but withdrew because Seattle gave him a new contract, a source told ESPN.'
Bevell was the main reason why the Seattle offense turned on the jets in the second half of the season.
After tweaking the offense to give rookie QB Rusell Wilson more options with zone-read concepts, they saw their first half average of scoring 16.6 points per game to nearly doubling it in the second half with 31.6 per game.
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Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks followed their come-from-behind win against the Washington Redskins in dramatically painful fashion. Against the Atlanta Falcons, they dug a 20-0 hole in the first half, but clawed back to take a 28-27 lead with a half-minute left. Or did they?
For a few surreal moments, I wondered if Marshawn Lynch had scored or fumbled at the goal-line. Did...
With their season now over, Seattle Seahawks safety Kam
Chancellor and defensive end Chris Clemons underwent surgery yesterday to help
repair injuries sustained during the year, according to Curtis Crabtree of Pro
Chancellor’s surgery was for an undisclosed injury in his
lower right leg. He has been placed in a walking boot, but the procedure itself
is not considered...
This story shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to anyone who watched Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson play this year. After a regular season that saw him throw 26 touchdown passes while leading Seattle to an 11-5 record, Wilson led the Seahawks to a playoff win at Washington and was a couple of Matt Ryan passes away from having his team in the NFC Title Game on Sunday...
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...
Where it all went wrong for Seattle against Atlanta
Alright Seattle Seahawks fans, it’s time to step back from the ledge and do what we do best; point the finger at who cost us a shot at Lombardi’s trophy.
And for this, we have to start at the top—head coach Pete Carroll.
Yes, it’s true that the Hawks fared far better than pre-season expectations. And yes, it’s true that...
The Seattle Seahawks hired defensive line coach Dan Quinn to defensive coordinator, the team announced Thursday. Quinn replaces Gus Bradley, who was named the Jacksonville Jaguars head coach. Quinn spent the past two seasons as the University of Florida's defensive coordinator. Prior to that, he coached the Seahawks' defensive line and was assistant head coach for two...
Both coordinators for the Seahawks, Gus Bradley and Darrell Bevell, have been cashing in on the team's success the last few weeks by interviewing for multiple head coaching vacancies across the league. But while it appears likely that Bevell will stay on for the 2013 season, earlier today it was announced that Bradley has been hired by the Jacksonville Jaguars to be their new...
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.
Back to Seattle
The past week in the sports world has been crazy. From Chip Kelly heading to the Philadelphia Eagles to Manti Te’o's fake girlfriend to Lance Armstrong admitting that he used performance enhancing drugs, there has been plenty of stories for sports writers to write about.
One story close to the heart of every Seattle Seahawks fan, a team that recently saw their...
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.