What Pete Carroll to Seattle Could Mean For The Seahawks Draft

By Eddie Becker
for NFLSportChannel.com

Published: January 8, 2010

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... job in Seattle.  While nothing is definite (yet), let's take a moment and speculate on just what that could mean for the Seahawks in the upcoming draft.

The Seahawks are coming off a forgettable 5-11 campaign, one that saw the eventual termination of Jim Mora Jr.  While the roster needs for the Seahawks may seem plenty, really filling the void at just a few spots would go a long way.

The most staggering stat that you see when running down the rankings of 2009 is that Seattle was 30th in pass defense, 22nd in interceptions.  If you ever wanted to hire a guy to help with that, Carroll's your man.  He's held defensive coordinator positions and defensive backs coaching gigs at various collegiate and NFL stops in his career.  He's got an impressive pedigree of defensive players from USC in the NFL now (Troy Polamalu, Lofa Tatupu, Clay Matthews, Brian Cushing, etc), so picking the right players to fit a team should be no problem.

Seattle has two first round select...

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