Posts Tagged ‘Jim Mora’

Good time to be a first-time coach

The NFL is becoming increasingly comprised of first-time head coaches, with 13 “rookie” coaches filling the 15 head-coaching openings in the league the past two years, and 25 of the 32 coaches with their first NFL team in that capacity.

Hasselbeck looks healthy, learning new Seattle offense

Matt Hasselbeck had a lot of bounce to his step during Seattle Seahawks OTAs on Thursday, and that’s part of what new head coach Jim Mora has brought to this team.

Mora wants to run the ball in 2009

The Seattle Seahawks introduced Jim Mora as their new head coach in a Tuesday press conference, where he discussed his plans for the team’s future.

During his 61-minute question-and-answer session, Mora talked about his vision of the Seahawks’ offense under new coordinator Greg Knapp. It includes a greater emphasis on the run, at least in comparison to the 60-40 pass-to-run ratio used under former coach Mike Holmgren.

Knapp joins Mora’s staff as offensive coordinator

Just as former Falcons coach Jim Mora worked with his offensive coordinator Greg Knapp in Atlanta, the same arrangement now has been finalized in Seattle.

Seahawks looking at changes to coaching staff

Seattle’s head coaching torch has been passed from Mike Holmgren to Jim Mora. But Seattle is in the process of tweaking its coaching staff as well.

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