á As the Tim Ruskell era came to an end in Seattle, two things happened: Mike HolmgrenÆs name began to make frequent and logical appearances in headlines, and the Seahawks front office essentially admitted that the process by which it analyzes personnel was flawed. Holmgren, unarguably the greatest coach in team history (apologies to Chuck Knox), finds himself with a perhaps unexpected slate of options after spending a year away from football. It was originally expected that HolmgrenÆs coaching days were over, but while heÆs hinted at the potential to coach elsewhere, itÆs likely that heÆll want near complete control of personnel, whether heÆs the coach of the team heÆs fielding or not. The notion has been met with seemingly unanimous support from the Seattle community, which feels ...
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