Brian Schottenheimer, who spent the past two seasons as quarterbacks coach of the Indianapolis Colts, has been offered the offensive coordinator's job with Seattle, multiple media outlets reported Saturday.
Schottenheimer, the son of longtime National Football League coach Marty Schottenheimer, has spent more than 20 years in the college and National Football League coaching ranks.
Pete Carroll has his new offensive coordinator in sight. This was their top choice, offering now before other teams got involved. He also served as offensive coordinator with the St. Louis Rams from 2012-14 with decidedly less success before taking a similar position at the University of Georgia in 2015.
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Brian Schottenheimer: coached Brees (good: 9th in TDs 02-05); coached Pennington (good: 10th in QBR 06-08); coached Sanchez (bad); coached Bradford with 2X ACL (bad: had backups in lineup); coached Luck (good: 7th QBR '16); coached Brissett (bad). He spent the last seven seasons heading up the Seattle offense.
Schottenheimer replaces Darrell Bevell, who was sacked earlier this week along with offensive line coach Tom Cable. Seattle GM John Schneider worked in Washington's front office when Marty Schottenheimer was its head coach, so there's a connection.
The Seahawks have yet to confirm this report and the story is continuing to develop.