Mike Macdonald, who is currently serving as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, is not wasting any time in making significant moves.
Tom Pelissero of NFL Network has reported that the Seahawks have decided to hire Leslie Frazier to serve as their associate head coach beginning immediately.
It was Pelissero who said, "Macdonald." "Now he joins Macdonald’s staff in Seattle."
When Frazier was the head coach of the Minnesota Vikings from 2010 to 2013, the team finished with a record of 21-32-1.
Frazier's final season as a coach with the Buffalo Bills was in 2022. Over the course of six seasons, he served as their defensive coordinator.
Previously, Frazier served as the secondary coach for the Baltimore Ravens before joining the coaching staff at Buffalo
Macdonald filled the role of defensive assistant on the staff during that time period.
In the long run, the Seahawks may find that Frazier's addition to Macdonald's team is quite advantageous because of the vast amount of expertise that he brings with him.
There is no doubt that the Seahawks are holding out hope that the era that follows Pete Carroll will be a prosperous one.
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