Posts Tagged ‘Pete Carroll’

* New York Giants / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Perry Fewell (Ex-Bills Interim Head Coach)
2009 : Bill Sheridan (later hired as Dolphins Inside Linebackers Coach)

* Washington Redskins / Head Coach
2010 : Mike Shanahan (Ex-Broncos Head Coach)
2009 : Jim Zorn (later hired as Ravens Quarterbacks Coach)

* Washington Redskins / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Kyle Shanahan (Ex-Texans Offensive Coordinator)
2009 : Sherman Smith (later hired as new Seahawks Running Backs Coach)

* Washington Redskins / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Jim Haslett (Ex-Rams Head Coach)
2009 : Greg Blache (Retired)

* Chicago Bears / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Mike Martz (Ex-Rams Head Coach, Ex-49ers and Lions Offensive Coordiantor)
2009 : Ron Turner

* Chicago Bears / Offensive Line Coach
2010 : Mike Tice (Ex-Jaguars Asst. Head Coach / Tight Ends Coach & Former Vikings Head Coach)
2009 : Harry Hiestand (later hired as University of Tennessee Offensive Line Coach)

* Seattle Seahawks / Head Coach
2010 : Pete Carroll (Ex-USC Head Coach)
2009 : Jim Mora

* Seattle Seahawks / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Jeremy Bates (Ex-USC Offensive Coordinator)
2009 : Greg Knapp (later hired as Texans Quarterbacks Coach)

* Buffalo Bills / Head Coach
2010 : Chan Gailey
2009 : Interim Head Coach, Perry Fewell (later hired as Giants Offensive Coordinator)
2009 : Head Coach Dick Jauron (later hired as Eagles Defensive Backs Coach)

* Buffalo Bils / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Curtis Modkins (Ex-Cardinals Running Backs Coach)
2009 : Turk Schonert

* Buffalo Bills / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : George Edwards (Ex-Dolphins Linebackers Coach)
2009 : Perry Fewell (later hired as Giants Defensive Coordinator)

* Miami Dolphins / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Mike Nolan (Ex-Broncos (Defensive Coordinator)
2009 : Paul Pasqualoni (later hired as Cowboys Defensive Line Coach)

* New England Patriots / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Vacant / Will not use one
2009 : Dean Pees (later hired as Ravens Linebackers Coach)

* Baltimore Ravens / Quarterbacks Coach
2010 : Jim Zorn (Ex-Redskins Head Coach)
2009 : Hue Jackson (later hired as new Raiders Offensive Coordinator)

* Baltimore Ravens / Linebackers Coach
2010 : Dean Pees (Ex-Patriots Defensive Coordinator)
2009 : Vic Fangio

* Cleveland Browns / Front Office
2010 :Named Mike Holmgren (Ex-Seahawks Head Coach) new Team President
2010 :Named Tom Heckert (Ex-Eagles General Manager) new General Manger

* Houston Texans / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Rick Dennison (Ex-Broncos Offensive Line Coach)
2009 : Kyle Shanahan (later hired as Redskins offensive coordinator)

* Denver Broncos / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Don Martindale (promoted from Linebackers Coach)
2009 : Mike Nolan (later hired as Dolphins Defensive Coordinator)

* Kansas City Chiefs / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Charlie Weis (Ex-Notre Dame Head Coach)
2009 : Head Coach Todd Haley called plays

* Kansas City Chiefs / Defensive Coordinator
2010 : Romeo Crennel (Ex-Browns Head Coach)
2009 : Clancy Pendergast (later hired as new Raiders Defensive Backs Coach)

* Oakland Raiders / Offensive Coordinator
2010 : Hue Jackson (Ex-Ravens Quarterbacks Coach)
2009 : N/A

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Philadelphia Eagles :
*Signed (OL)A.Q Shipley/Steelers to F.C.
*Re-Signed (WR)Jordan Norwood to F.C.
*Re-Signed (WR)Dobson Collins to F.C.

Green Bay Packers :
*Re-Signed (QB)Chris Pizzotti to F.C.
*Re-Signed (RB)Kregg Lumpkin to F.C.
*Re-Signed (WR)Khalil Jones to F.C.
*Re-Signed (TE)Tom Crabree to F.C.
*Re-Signed (OL)Stanley Daniels to F.C.
*Re-Signed (LB)Robert Francois to F.C.
*Re-Signed (DE)Ronald Talley to F.C.
*Re-Signed (CB)D.J. Clark to F.C.

Atlanta Falcons :
*Signed (DT)Dan Klecko/Eagles to F.C.

San Francisco 49ers :
*Re-Signed (TE)J.J. Finley to F.C.

Seattle Seahawks :
*Named Pete Carroll/USC as Head Coach
*Named Jeremy Bates/USC as Offensive Coordinator

Miami Dolphins :
*Fired Defensive Coordinator Paul Pasqualoni

Cincinnati Bengals :
*Re-Signed (WR)Maurice Purify to F.C.
*Re-Signed (WR)Freddie Brown to F.C.
*Re-Signed (OL)Jason Shirley to F.C.
*Re-Signed (DT)Clinton McDonald to F.C.
*Re-Signed (CB)Antonio Smith to F.C.

Cleveland Browns :
*Named Tom Heckert/Eagles General Manger

Houston Texans :
*Signed (QB)John David Booty/Titans to F.C.

* Today the Seahawks unexpectedly fired head coach, Jim Mora. They have wasted no time in their search for a replacement. The Seahawks reportedly have already interviewed USC head coach Pete Carroll, and it’s being said that the two sides are very close to an agreement. Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier is also being interviewed for the position.

* It’s being reported out of Detroit, that the Lions have no interest in bringing back (QB)Daunte Culpepper next season.

* Rams (DE)Leonard Little is set to become a free agent, and is pondering weather to retire, or play on. If he decides to hit the market, the Carolina Panthers will reportedly be interested.

* It’s looking more likely that 2010 will finally be the season in which the Cardinals trade (WR)Anquan Boldin. The have good depth at the position, and will probably still be able to receive at least a 2nd Round Draft Pick in exchange. The Ravens, and Dolphins likely will try to pull the trigger on a deal.

* It is still unknown weather the Raiders will let go of head coach Tom Cable. It is also unknown what if the Raiders will continue to start their “franchise” (QB)JaMarcus Russell. What is known is that the Raiders are in desperate need of a spark and it may come in the form of trade. The Eagles seem to have plenty at the quarterback position, and a new rumor suggests that the Raiders will create a spark by acquiring (QB)Michael Vick from the Eagles. It’s no surprise that the Eagles will be willing to part with Vick, and Vick wants the opportunity to be a starting quarterback in the NFL again. The Raiders don’t have anything to lose with this option, and if it were me, i’d cut my loses with JaMarcus Russell, trade for Michael Vick, and draft a quarterback to groom. JaMarcus Russell would benefit from this as well. He would be able to get a fresh start with a new team, and he definitely would get some interest around the league.

* Now that Jim Mora has been fired, the rumor of Mike Holmgren and the Cleveland Browns trying to trade for Seahawks (QB)Matt Hasselbeck seems much more likely to happen now that Mora is gone. The Seahawks will be looking to rebuild, and with 2 first round picks this year, they have a great opportunity to select and franchise QB this season, and still get something in return for Hasselbeck.