After calling plays from the sideline during his first two seasons with the Seattle Seahawks and for most of his career as an offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer is now doing so from the coaches' booth. The move upstairs has presented one challenge: longer walks to and from the locker room during those frantic 12 minutes that make up an NFL halftime. It's usually more of a jog, especially when the offense is getting the ball to start the second half.
"The Chiefs rebounded from last week's loss to the Raiders by going into Buffalo and beating another AFC contender," said Jenny Vrentas of The Monday Morning Quarterback. "They did so by centering the ground game, proving that the Chiefs can win in myriad ways."
Shortly after Damon Harrison officially joined the Seattle Seahawks’ practice squad, he received an offer to sign with the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay, who had just lost Vita Vea for the season, attempted to add Harrison to their 53-man roster as a replacement. Instead, Snacks turned the team down and remained on Seattle’s practice squad.