Century Links 1/9: NFL Coaching Carousel Leaves Seahawks Intact So Far

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John Schneider staying put as Seahawks GM after Packers hire Gutekunst
There were plenty of roster moves expected for Seattle this offseason, but one plenty of fans were hoping they wouldn’t see was the loss of John Schneider to the Packers, who had a vacancy at the general manager position.

Could Gus Bradley return to the Seahawks’ coaching staff?
The Seahawks reportedly have interest in former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, but it would be a complicated fit if current DC Kris Richard remains on staff.

Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor shows praise for Saints QB Drew Brees | Seahawks Wire
Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor compliments New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees after Wild Card win over the Carolina Panthers.

49ers Hire Ken Norton Jr. as Assistant Head Coach, Announce Other Coaching Changes
The 49ers have announced several changes to the team’s coaching staff, including the hire of Ken Norton Jr.

Reviewing key NFL offseason dates and how they will impact the Seahawks | The Seattle Times
From some important contract clauses, to franchise designations, to free agency, here’s what’s on the Seahawks’ calendar and what it could mean for the team’s future.

Seahawks’ Michael Bennett appears on New Yorker cover next to Colin Kaepernick and Martin Luther King Jr. | The Seattle Times
The Jan. 15 edition of The New Yorker will feature Seahawks’ Michael Bennett kneeling next to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Colin Kaepernick.

Cliff Avril shares what he really thought of Richard Sherman before joining Seahawks | Seahawks Wire
Seattle Seahawks Cliff Avril tells teammate Richard Sherman what he really thought about him when he first joined the team in 2013.

49ers add former Seahawks, Raiders Ken Norton Jr. to coaching staff | Seahawks Wire
The San Francisco 49ers have added former Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders staffer Ken Norton Jr. as assistant head/linebackers coach.

Report: Seahawks interested in bringing back Gus Bradley – ProFootballTalk
The Seahawks are interested in a reunion with Gus Bradley, via Adam Schefter of ESPN. Bradley, the Jaguars’ former head coach, signed a one-year deal to run the Chargers’ defense. With that contract expiring, Bradley is set to become a free agent.

Seattle Seahawks’ interest in Gus Bradley very intriguing – NFL Nation- ESPN
Gus Bradley helped make the Seahawks’ defense one of the NFL’s most feared, so Seattle is obviously interested in bringing him back if possible.

Seahawks “Really Excited” About Defensive End Dion Jordan’s Potential | Seattle Seahawks
Dion Jordan’s future looks bright after he returned to the NFL after a long absence and recorded 4.0 sacks in five games with the Seahawks.

Podcast Player – Which player should Seahawks fans watch in CFP title game?

Ratings decline for wild card round, Goodell says NFL still dominant on TV – ProFootballTalk
TV ratings were down sharply for the wild card round of the playoffs, but the NFL is still emphasizing its strong ratings relative to everything else on TV. The four wild card games were down 13 percent from last year’s ratings, and last year was down from the year before.

Bengals hire Teryl Austin as defensive coordinator – NFL.com
The Cincinnati Bengals hired former Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin as their new DC on Monday. He replaces Paul Guenther on Marvin Lewis’ coaching staff.

The GIFs that told the story of Wild Card Weekend – NFL.com
Every week of the NFL season tells a story. GIFs — pronounced “gifs”, “jifs” or “gee-oafs” — can do the same thing. So let’s tell the story of Wild Card Weekend through GIFs.

Antonio Brown: ‘Pretty smooth’ in return to practice – NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice Monday and felt “pretty smooth” in his preparation for the Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend.

Fletcher Cox on favored Falcons: It adds fuel to the fire – NFL.com
The Eagles were the darlings of the league until Carson Wentz was lost to injury. Now, they aren’t even the popular pick to win at home. Fletcher Cox shrugged off the nonbelievers on Monday.

Penn: Jon Gruden to Raiders like Steve Kerr to Warriors – NFL.com
Donald Penn believes his old head coach in Tampa Bay, Jon Gruden, will be able to turn the 6-10 Oakland Raiders into a Super Bowl contender sooner rather than later.

NFL community reacts to Alabama’s win over Georgia – NFL.com
Alabama won the College Football Playoff championship game Monday night, beating Georgia in a thriller. Take a look at how some NFL players reacted to the Tide’s overtime victory.

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