A Seattle Seahawks veteran quarterback is retiring from playing in the NFL days after Mike Macdonald was announced as Pete Carroll’s replacement. The Seahawks had a lot of turnover with the coaching staff.
The Seattle Seahawks have a lot of staff turnover
The Chicago Bears hired former Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron, and quarterbacks coach Kerry Joseph for the same roles in head coach Matt Eberflus’ staff. Now the former Seahawks’ quarterback Sean Mannion is set to become Waldron’s and Joseph’s rival.
Sean Mannion is retiring from playing to coach
According to Brady Henderson with ESPN, Sean Mannion is retiring from playing the NFL after nine seasons. Mannion has accepted a job with the Green Bay Packers to work with quarterbacks and the team’s passing game.
Former Rams, Vikings and Seahawks QB Sean Mannion is ending his nine-year NFL playing career and has accepted a position on the Packers’ coaching staff, a source tells me. He’ll work with QBs and the passing game.
— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) February 3, 2024
Here are Mannion’s statical accomplishments in the NFL
The St. Louis Rams drafted Mannion in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. The Oregon State product started in three NFL games. He finished 67/110 passing for 573 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions during his time in the league.
Mannion spent time with the Minnesota Vikings as well.
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