Quoting the late Jimmy Jamison of rock band Survivor, The search is over.
ESPN’s Adam Shifter dropped the news dump on Friday evening, and it’s about the Seattle SeahawksCoordinator Attack position. After two weeks of speculation, excitement, dread, indifference, and that disturbing moment when the name Adam Gas appeared, Seahawks reportedly employ Los Angeles Rams Game coordinator Shane Waldron passes to replace Brian Schottenheimer.
Seattle plans to hire Shane Waldron, the Rams passing game coordinator, as the offensive coordinator, for each source. Waldron will take over the duties of Brian Schottenheimer.
Rams lose, Waldron, Brad Holmes, Ray Agnew, Joe Barry and Aubrey Pleasant.
Adam Shifter (@AdamSchefter) January 27, 2021
Waldron has been with Sean McVeigh since his days in Washington in 2016. When McVeigh was appointed by the Rams, Waldron was initially the Los Angeles coach before taking on the role of Coordinator of the passing games in 2018. He also held the title of Quarterback Coach in 2019 before Only focus on scrolling game back in 2020. Previously he trained with New England Patriots She worked under Bill Belischik as an Offensive Quality Control Trainer and later in 2009.
The 41-year-old Portland, Oregon has never called NFL plays, but I suppose as an attacking coordinator was calling plays at the prestigious K-12 Buckingham Browne & Nichols in Massachusetts in 2011.
We know this while Los Angeles Rams It was a heavy passes team Early relegations into neutral game scenario situations under Sean McVay are big on play and have led the league in play attempts over the past two seasons. It’s strange that The Seahawks only had 9 other playing assists In 2020 compared to 2019 despite Russell Wilson’s passing attempts increased by 42.
Gameplay motion rate is one thing, but the creativity of theatrical movement concepts and Jared Juve’s out-of-pocket take out is a different story, and the Rams have consistently made this a staple of their attack throughout McVeigh’s tenure.
And so in the footsteps of Mr. Waldron as the fourth OC of the Seahawks in the era of Pete Carroll. Congratulations to him and I hope this is a great hire.
How do you like to set Shane Waldron?
I hate it
Too early to know! The guy just got hired today!