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January 15, 2014 at 9:16 AM

Will Seahawks avoid losing a coordinator this year?

It sounded bad for Seattle keeping its coaching staff intact a few weeks ago when offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and defensive coordinator Dan Quinn were each being rumored as being courted by several different NFL teams.

But mow, after the Vikings hired Mike Zimmer this morning there is just one vacancy left — the Cleveland Browns.

Quinn is among those who is thought to have talked with the Browns.

But as ESPN reported recently, he isn’t considered the favorite there.

Instead, writes ESPN:

The Browns still seem focused on Denver offensive coordinator Adam Gase, 35, the first person they requested permission to interview. He is expected to talk with the Browns once Denver is out of the playoffs, but with the Broncos in the Super Bowl that interview might wait three weeks.

Seattle lost defensive coordinator Gus Bradly after last season when he was hired by Jacksonville. Quinn, an assistant at Seattle in 2009-10 before leaving to become the DC at Florida, returned to replace him.

Bevell has been Seattle’s OC since the 2011 season.

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