The Seattle Seahawks 2020 season ended just two weeks ago against the Los Angels Rams.
As of Sunday, the Super Bowl is finally between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kanas City Chiefs as the NFL season is finally coming to a close.
And just because the Seahawks aren’t playing anymore, doesn’t mean they still aren’t making headlines in the news.
Before the two championships games on Sunday, the Seahawks were linked to having two more names come up for the vacant offensive coordinator position.
Bills’ QB coach Ken Dorsey and Rams’ pass-game coordinator Shane Waldron.
Seattle Seahawks want to interview Bills’ QB coach Ken Dorsey for their OC job, per sources. Seahawks also have been speaking to Rams’ pass-game coordinator Shane Waldron and Saints’ QB coach Joe Lombardi about their OC job.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 24, 2021
With the Bills now officially out of contention with their loss to the Chiefs, Dorsey should be hearing a call from the Seahawks about the position.
The same sentiment goes for Waldron, as he is pretty free and open as well.
In any case, the Seahawks have been trying to figure out who is going to fill the OC job before the season gets going again.
Until the announcement is made, NBC Sports Northwest will keep you posted and updated on when the official news happens.