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Rocky Seto promoted to assistant head coach

Defensive passing game coordinator Rocky Seto originally joined Pete Carroll’s staff at USC in 2001.


Renton, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks have promoted Rocky Seto to assistant head coach/defense, the team announced this afternoon.

Seto originally joined Pete Carroll's staff at USC in 2001 and worked with the safeties, linebackers and secondary before serving his final season as defensive coordinator/secondary coach in 2009. He moved with Carroll to Seattle in 2010 and served as quality control/defense his first season, defensive backs/safeties coach in 2011 and defensive passing game coordinator the last two seasons.

Over the past two seasons, he has helped Seattle lead the league in passing defense while boasting three All-Pro and Pro Bowl selections in safety Kam Chancellor, cornerback Richard Sherman and safety Earl Thomas.

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