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February 9, 2015 at 10:36 AM

Another Carroll son to join Seattle’s staff?

There are several reports this morning that Brennan Carroll, the oldest of Pete Carroll’s two sons, will join the Seahawks’ coaching staff. Among those reporting the move is CanesinSight. Brennan Carroll has been the wide receivers coach and national recruiting coordinator at Miami.

This story from the Florida Sun-Sentinel says he will be an offensive assistant.

Carroll’s other son, Nate, is already on the Seattle staff as an assistant wide receivers coach.

The Seahawks are likely to begin officially announcing some of their coaching moves (such as Kris Richard to defensive coordinator) soon since it’s known they’d like to have the staff in place by the time of the NFL Combine, which starts next Wednesday.

Brennan Carroll worked at USC from 2002-10 — staying for a season after his father left — before heading to Miami.

 

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