Century Links 1/14: Seahawks Hire New OC

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Report: Seahawks to hire Colts’ Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator | KOMO
SEATTLE – The Seahawks have found the man to lead their offense.Seattle is reportedly going to hire Brian Schottenheimer, who spent the past two seasons as the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterbacks coach, according to multiple reports Saturday afternoon. Schott

Report: Seahawks considering a college-style offense for Russell Wilson | Yardbarker.com
The Seattle Seahawks are reportedly looking into some extreme measures to get the most out of Russell Wilson in 2018, not to mention their dismal offensive line.After firing offensive coordinator Darre

Seahawks had to let Tom Cable go for two big reasons
Seahawks had to let Tom Cable go for two big reasons. Tom Cable has moved on to a former team, but Seattle had no choice but to fire him for two reasons.

Seahawks to make their London debut in 2018 vs. Raiders – Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Seahawks will be designated the visitor next season in their first game overseas, preserving the eight regular-season games at CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks: Nothing to report on OC job opening
Seattle Seahawks elect to no comment on possible hiring of Brian Schottenheimer as their offensive coordinator, per the News Tribunes.

Seahawks reportedly hiring Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator – CBSSports.com
In his nine NFL seasons as an OC, his offenses have finished in the top 10 in scoring only once

Seattle Seahawks to hire Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator
The Seahawks are expected to hire former Colts quarterbacks coach Brian Schottenheimer as their offensive coordinator, a league source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Report: Brian Schottenheimer is Seattle’s off-coordinator | Seahawks Draft Blog
Seahawks now expected to hire former Colts’ QB coach Brian Schottenheimer as their offensive coordinator, per league source.— Adam Schefter

James Harrison won’t watch the Steelers play the Jaguars – ProFootballTalk
Patriots linebacker James Harrison would seem to have a lot of interest in today’s Jaguars-Steelers game. Not only does the winner play at New England next week in the AFC Championship Game, but the Steelers are the team Harrison spent most of his career with until they cut him last month.

Oakland Raiders to hire Tom Cable as O-line coach – NFL.com
Tom Cable is returning to the team he once was the head coach for from 2008 to 2010. Ian Rapoport reported Saturday that Cable will be Jon Gruden’s new OL coach in Oakland.

Minnesota Vikings activate Sam Bradford off IR – NFL.com
The Minnesota Vikings activated Sam Bradford (knee) off injured reserve Saturday. Will the quarterback dress for Sunday’s playoff game against the New Orleans Saints.

Brian Schottenheimer set to be named Seahawks OC – NFL.com
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has offered Brian Schottenheimer the team’s offensive coordinator job, and he’s expected to accept the position, Ian Rapoport reports.

Eagles edge Falcons, advance to NFC title game – NFL.com
Philadelphia is back in the NFC title game for the first time since the 2008 season. The Eagles outlasted the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday in a thrilling finish to their Divisional contest.

Nick Foles benefits from run-first mentality in win – NFL.com
Doug Pederson knows he doesn’t have a game-changing quarterback. Fortunately for the Eagles, he realized this before it was too late.

Dan Quinn defends OC Sarkisian’s fourth-down play call – NFL.com
Steve Sarkisian joined the Atlanta Falcons with the daunting task of replicating one of the league’s most explosive offense. His efforts were enough to keep the Falcons alive, until fourth-and-goal Saturday.

Patriots advance to seventh-straight AFC title game – NFL.com
The Patriots are heading to yet another AFC Championship Game. New England cruised to a Divisional Round win over Tennessee on Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

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