Named offensive coordinator on January 20, 2011, Darrell Bevell enters his seventh season leading Seattle’s offense after spending five seasons (2006-10) as the Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator.
Richard begins his 12th season in the NFL, 11th overall in Seattle and eighth in the NFL coaching ranks. He spent three seasons with the Seahawks (2002-04) and one season with the San Francisco 49ers (2005) as a cornerback.
Hired on March 25, 2015, Board returns to the Seahawks where he spent six seasons (2003-08) as defensive line coach, helping the team rank second in the NFL with 136 sacks from 2005-07 and totaling an NFL-leading 50 sacks during Seattle’s Super Bowl XL run in 2005.
Named to Seattle’s coaching staff on February 4, 2010, Canales entered the NFL after one season as USC’s offensive administrative assistant in 2009. He was promoted to wide receivers coach prior to the 2015 season after the retirement of Kippy Brown.
Hired on August 16, 2016 as a coaching assistant, the 10-year veteran linebacker Farwell returns to the Seahawks where he served as a two-time special teams captain in his four years in Seattle (2011-14). He was promoted to his current position on March 16, 2017.
Hired on February 4, 2010, Mondray Gee enters his 17th year in the NFL, spending the first seven in Detroit and two in Green Bay’s weight room. Recommended to coach Carroll by GM John Schneider, who also worked in Green Bay before joining Seattle.
Hired on February 14, 2012 to be the team’s special teams coaching assistant, Glenn moved to a new role in 2014 as quality control/defense coach, defensive assistant in 2016 and now assistant linebackers coach, being promoted on March 16, 2017.
Will Harriger joined the Seahawks coaching staff as an offensive assistant on May 2, 2014 after spending 10 years coaching collegiately, and beginning in 2016, took on assistant quarterbacks responsibilities.
Hired on February 13, 2013, Jones joined then-defensive coordinator Dan Quinn’s staff after spending five seasons as assistant defensive line coach for the New Orleans Saints. He began his NFL career with the Miami Dolphins from 2005-07, where he and Quinn were on the same defensive staff. Named to his current position on March 16, 2017.
Named to his position on February 4, 2010, McPherson joined Seattle after 11 years with the Denver Broncos, most recently serving as their tight ends coach from 2007-08. Before being named to that position, he spent four years (2003-06) as quarterbacks coach for the Broncos and also served as an offensive assistant (1999-2002) and defensive assistant (1998).
Hired on March 17, 2014, as assistant special teams coach, Morton joined the Seahawks after spending four seasons in the same role with the Green Bay Packers. In 2015, he began work with the running backs, and is now in charge of the running backs room in 2017.
Hired on February 1, 2011, Carl Smith re-unites with Pete Carroll and brings 27 years of NFL experience to the Seahawks staff, previously spending two years as the Cleveland Browns quarterbacks coach (2009-10). It was his second stint with Cleveland after originally joining the club from 2001-03 in the same capacity.
Named to the Seahawks staff as an assistant special teams coach on February 13, 2013, Sorensen joined the NFL coaching ranks after spending 2012 as a volunteer defensive quality control coach at Youngstown State following his NFL career.