On this date: Pete Carroll returns to the NFL with Seahawks

Posted Jan 11, 2014

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Jan. 11

2010: Pete Carroll is named executive vice president of football operations and head coach. Carroll returns to the NFL after spending the previous nine years at USC, where his teams won seven Pac-10 titles and two national championships while compiling a 97-19 record. In four seasons, Carroll has led the Seahawks to two NFC West titles and three playoff berths, including 2013.

1992: Tom Catlin announces that he will remain with the Seahawks as assistant head coach/defense on Tom Flores’ staff. Also, Rusty Tillman is promoted from special teams coach to defensive coordinator; Paul Moyer from staff assistant to defensive backfield coach; and Russ Purnell from tight end/assistant special teams coach to special teams/tight end coach.