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  • Brian Schottenheimer to Seattle?

    Ian Rapoport is reporting that Seattle is interested in hiring Brian Schottenheimer to be their new OC. Somebody pinch me, am I dreaming? Please let this happen!

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    They've hired Ken Norton as their defensive coordinator; his units in Oakland the last two seasons have not been good. Seattle seems to be trending down with these hires, but you never know what a change of scenery will do.


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      Addition by Seattle Subtraction
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      The gap is closing fast.
      -03-13-2006, 07:15 AM
    • Varg6
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    • r8rh8rmike
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    • txramsfan
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