Pete Carroll Brings Real Change to the Seattle Seahawks

April 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There is always going to be a transition period when changing coaching regimes.
The past two seasons Seattle has undergone this change twice. The approach is drastically different. Will the results be as well?
After Mike Holmgren announced he was going to be done in Seattle after the 2008 season, the Seahawks went about finding a successor. With Holmgren giving the team warning, the Seahawks tried to go with a successor-style plan.
In that way, while there was going to be a change of the guard as far as coaches, it would be with someone the roster was already familiar with as the head man.
So Jim Mora spent the 2008 season coaching the Seahawks secondary and preparing to take over the squad. The year was tough in terms of injuries and also made for an awkward situation where the next coach is already in the locker room.
Going into 2009, the team was finally Mora’s. He brought with him some staff he had in Atlanta and tried to change the culture of the clu...

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