Seahawks Announce Coaching Changes For 2014 Season

(1090 The Fan) — The Seattle Seahawks announced a few new coaching changes Friday afternoon.

The team has named Will Harriger as a new offensive assistant. Harriger began his career at Midwestern State in Witchita Falls in 2004, but has also coached at Tennessee-Martin, Auburn, Texas, Texas Tech and Florida. Harriger has primarily focused on defense (with special focus on the linebacker position).

The team also introduced Chris Morgan — formerly with the Oakland Raiders and Washington Redskins — as assistant offensive line coach and Chad Morton as assistant special teams coach. Morton is a seven year NFL veteran who previously acted as assistant special teams coach with the Green Bay Packers.

Nate Carroll — who began his career with Seattle in 2010 as a personnel assistant — will be assuming the role of assistant wide receivers coach. John Glenn will act as quality control/defense coach. Glenn has previously served as a quality control coach for the University of Washington.

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