Kirby Wilson is the latest name to emerge in Seahawks OC search

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Reporters have connected the Seattle Seahawks to a number of viable candidates to be their offensive coordinator next season in the wake of Brian Schottenheimer’s firing.

The names that have floated around include Mike Kafka, Doug Pederson, Anthony Lynn, and surprisingly, Adam Gase. However, they just keep coming, and the latest arrival on the scene is Las Vegas Raiders running backs coach Kirby Wilson.

Wilson has a history with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, having served under him during his time with the New England Patriots and USC. He has also had an extensive resume at the professional level since his time with Carroll, working as a running backs coach for several teams from 2002 to 2020.

Wilson could rejoin forces with Carroll in 2021, but like with the other coaches before him, nothing is set in stone yet.

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