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Seahawks Promote Nolan Teasley To Director Of Pro Personnel

Nolan Teasley has been promoted to director of pro personnel for the Seahawks, replacing Dan Morgan, who left for a job with the Bills. 

The Seahawks have promoted Nolan Teasley to director of pro personnel, general manager John Schneider announced Friday. Teasley, who most recently held the title of assistant director of pro personnel, takes over for Dan Morgan, who earlier this month joined the Buffalo Bills as their director of player personnel.

"We are extremely excited to be able to promote Nolan Teasley into his new role as director of pro personnel," Schneider said. "Nolan started as an intern with us and has continually impressed with his football knowledge and work ethic. We will all miss Dan Morgan but we are very pleased to be able to have Nolan step forward into his new role."

Teasley is a 2007 graduate of Central Washington University, where he played running back for the Wildcats. After working in corporate marketing after college, Teasley got his start in scouting with the help of fellow Central alum and Seahawks scout Aaron Hineline, who helped Teasley land a job as a scouting intern with the Seahawks in 2013. He was then hired as a pro personnel scout in 2014 before moving up to assistant director of pro personnel last year.