Today, Seahawks President and General Manager Tim Ruskell announced his resignation effective immediately. This move isn't very shocking, considering the Seahawks have been 27-32 since falling short in Super Bowl XL. The Seahawks now face some uncharted territory, finding the successor to the only GM to help lead the Seahawks to the Super Bowl, although opinions may vary on how it was done. The rumor mill has churned out many different names to replace Ruskell. But the obvious choice that has been whispered has been a reunion with beloved former head coach Mike Holmgren to help right the ship that has sailed off course this season, as the Seahawks are staring at an abysmal 4-7 record. The Seahawks are also coming of their worst season since 1992, with a record of 4-12 last year. I caut ...
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