The Seattle Seahawks were the only team from the NFC West that didn't make the playoffs this past season, and they are reportedly changing up the coaching staff as a result. Bob Condotta and Adam Jude of the Seattle Times reported the team is expected to part ways with both defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. and defensive passing game coordinator Andre Curtis.
For the second consecutive year, the Jacksonville Jaguars own the No. 1 overall selection in the NFL draft.
After all, the team's 7-10 record was the worst under head coach Pete Carroll, who's only won three playoff games in the seven years since the nightmare that was Super Bowl XLIX. Add in the ongoing trade speculation revolving around star quarterback Russell Wilson and a few offseasons that left more to be desired from general manager John Schneider, all signs pointed to a little over half a decade's worth of frustrations finally coming to a head following this disastrous year.