Report: Seahawks fire offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell | Q13 FOX News
SEATTLE — The Seattle Seahawks have fired offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell after seven seasons, it was reported late Tuesday night. Curtis Crabtree, of Seattle’s Sports Radio 950 KJR and ProFootballTalk.com, tweeted the breaking news, citing sources. https://twitter.
Report: Darrell Bevell fired as offensive coordinator of the Seahawks | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks have fired offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, according to a report Tuesday night.
Cryptocurrencies: Richard Sherman lays out 3 issues with trading – Business Insider
Sherman says while there is infinte potential there are still some issues in the space.
Four numbers that tell story of Seattle Seahawks’ defense in 2017 – Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Seahawks’ defense wasn’t bad in 2017, but it wasn’t the excellent unit we’re used to seeing. Here are the four numbers that defined the Seattle D.
Seahawks outlook for 2018: Michael Bennett and the defensive line
Seahawks outlook for 2018: Michael Bennett and the defensive line. Seattle is in a period of transition with the line. This may be a good thing.
Signs are Seattle Seahawks may play in London in 2018 | The News Tribune
The NFL will announce Thursday the teams that will play in London in the 2018 regular season. The NFL UK wants the six teams that has yet to play in England to play there. Seattle is one of those six teams.
Listen: Hawk Blogger podcast appearance | Seahawks Draft Blog
This week I was invited onto the Real Hawk Tawk podcast courtesy of Brian Nemhauser at Hawk Blogger. Big thanks to Brian for having me on. We went over
Tuesday draft notes & free agency thoughts | Seahawks Draft Blog
A quick heads up — tonight I’ve been invited onto the Hawk Blogger podcast. Hope you’re able to join us from approximately 7pm. National Championship
Report: Bears likely to keep Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator – ProFootballTalk
It appears the Chicago Bears will be able to keep a highly regarded defensive coach in town as new head coach Matt Nagy begins to assemble his staff in the Windy City.
Firing Bevell could make things even more interesting in Seattle – ProFootballTalk
For plenty of Seahawks fans, the firing of offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will be viewed as good news. For some Seahawks players, they’ll be wishing it was #fakenews. Consider last week’s remarks from receiver Doug Baldwin regarding the issues with the offense: “I can’t say it.
Panthers fire OC Mike Shula, will interview Norv Turner – NFL.com
The Carolina Panthers announced Tuesday that they have parted ways with offensive coordinator Mike Shula and quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey.
Matt Nagy: Trubisky ‘certainly a part of’ going to Bears – NFL.com
Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy spent much of Tuesday’s introductory press conference answering one question: Can he pull the same trick with Mitchell Trubisky, as he did with Alex Smith?
Raiders owner on Jon Gruden hire: It’s ‘a big f-ing deal’ – NFL.com
The Commitment to Excellence returned to Oakland. “Once a Raider, always a Raider. Never been more appropriate than today,” Mark Davis proclaimed Tuesday as he announced the hiring of coach Jon Gruden.
ATN Podcast: Coaching tracker; Playoff team rankings – NFL.com
Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Colleen Wolfe discuss the latest coaching updates, including Jon Gruden’s return to the Oakland Raiders.
Ravens hire Don Martindale as defensive coordinator – NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens had their eye on an in-house defensive coordinator candidate all along. Baltimore announced Tuesday that it has promoted linebackers coach Don “Wink” Martindale.
Chiefs promote Eric Bieniemy to offensive coordinator – NFL.com
On the same day that former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy was introduced as Chicago’s next head coach, K.C. pegged running backs coach Eric Bieniemy to replace him.
Gus Bradley returning to Chargers under new contract – NFL.com
Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and defensive coordinator Gus Brandley are returning under new contracts, the Chargers announced Tuesday.