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Videocast: Coaches Corner

Welcome to the show! Thanks for joining Bill Alvstad, Keith Myers and the Seahawks Playbook Podcast.

In this show we take a look specifically at the three coaching hires that the team made on the defensive side of the ball. Clint Hurrt received an internal promotion from Defensive Line Coach to Defensive Coordinator. Sean Desai was previously the DC with the Bears in 2021, joins the defense as Associate Head Coach – Defense. Finally, Karl Scott comes most recently as the defensive backs coach from Minnesota and before that the University of Alabama under Nick Saban’s defense.

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Podcast: Coaches Corner

Welcome to the show! Thanks for joining Bill Alvstad, Keith Myers and the Seahawks Playbook Podcast.

In this show we take a look specifically at the three coaching hires that the team made on the defensive side of the ball. Clint Hurrt received an internal promotion from Defensive Line Coach to Defensive Coordinator. Sean Desai was previously the DC with the Bears in 2021, joins the defense as Associate Head Coach – Defense. Finally, Karl Scott comes most recently as the defensive backs coach from Minnesota and before that the University of Alabama under Nick Saban’s defense.

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Videocast: End of Season Recap Show

Seahawks fans, thanks for joining Bill Alvstad, Keith Myers and the Seahawks Playbook Podcast for the latest edition of the show!

We’ve reached the end of the road for the 2021 season with the Seattle Seahawks finishing with a final record of 7-10. While it is certainly a disappointing record and season compared to our collective per-season expectations, there are positive signs that this team, from the coaches to Russell Wilson, may not be done just quite yet. Join us inside the show for the conversation!

Go Hawks!

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Podcast: End of Season Recap Show

Seahawks fans, thanks for joining Bill Alvstad, Keith Myers and the Seahawks Playbook Podcast for the latest edition of the show!

We’ve reached the end of the road for the 2021 season with the Seattle Seahawks finishing with a final record of 7-10. While it is certainly a disappointing record and season compared to our collective per-season expectations, there are positive signs that this team, from the coaches to Russell Wilson, may not be done just quite yet. Join us inside the show for the conversation!

Go Hawks!

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EPS 51 Podcast: How to Fix the Defense

While there are plenty of question marks, the team remains in good hands with Pete Carroll and John Schneider. We can expect them to make sound decisions, and maybe some difficult roster choices during free agency. We can expect to lose players we all wish we could keep. We can expect to sign players on value contracts that you’ve never heard of in incrementally improve the defense. But don’t expect the Seahawks to be big players. This year is all about consolidating the roster and trying to get younger via the draft, while looking a little bit forward to the 2019 season where the team will have more cap flexibility and a load of newly acquired comp picks to add to the youth movement the team needs to take to get better, and hopefully make a return to the Super Bowl.

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