Seattle Seahawks Today: Rumors On Firing Ken Norton Jr. & In-Season Replacements Under Pete Carroll

Seattle Seahawks Rumors are burning around Ken Norton Jr. as the Seahawks defensive coordinator is catching a lot of heat. The Seahawks’ defense is having a historically bad season and it continued by giving up 44 points in a 44-34 loss to the Buffalo Bills in NFL Week 9. Should Seattle fire Ken Norton? Does Dan Quinn make sense as the new (and also old) Pete Carroll Defensive Coordinator?

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The Seahawks made NFL News on Sunday when they gave head coach Pete Carroll a contract extension. Seattle is 6-2 on the 2020 NFL Season, but Ken Norton’s defense has had major issues and it’s gotten progressively worse throughout the season. The “Legion of Boom” days are clearly over, but is it time to fire Ken Norton Jr. entirely?

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