The list of candidates for the Seahawks vacant offensive coordinator position is growing smaller by the minute. Josh McDaniels is out as a candidate for the Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator position after taking the same position with the St. Louis Rams. Jedd Fisch, former Seahawks quarterback coach, will also reportedly not be returning just a week after taking the offensive coordinator job at the University of Miami. Earlier on Tuesday, Adam Schefter reporter the Seahawks were making a run at Fisch, trying to lure him back as they searched for a replacement for Jeremy Bates.
ESPN's Bruce Feldman reported Fisch is "100% committed to Miami," however.
Was just told by a source close to Jedd Fisch that he is "100% committed to being Univ. of Miami's offensive coordinator."
As we said earlier, Carroll is moving fast, already hiring Tom Cable as his offensive line coach and Tom Wash as his defensive line coach on Tuesday.
Of the names thrown around as candidates for the vacant offensive coordinator position, former Seahawks quarterback coach Jim Zorn still looks the most attractive. Even with the roster turnover, many players still know Zorn well and would, reportedly, be thrilled if he returned to Seattle.
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