The Seahawks are hiring University of Washington assistant coach Ryan Grubb as their new offensive coordinator, Curtis Crabtree of FOX 13 studies.
Grubb, 47, spent the previous two seasons as the Huskies’ offensive coordinator below head coach Kalen DeBoer. Washington, although, handed over Grubb in its seek for a alternative for DeBoer, and Grubb adopted DeBoer to Alabama as the Crimson Tide’s offensive coordinator.
Lions passing recreation coordinator Tanner Engstrand and UCLA head coach Chip Kelly have been different candidates for the job. Kelly left UCLA to turn into offensive coordinator at Ohio State on Friday.
The Seahawks have employed Leslie Frazier as assistant head coach, Aden Durde as defensive coordinator and Jay Harbaugh as particular groups coordinator since Mike Macdonald changed Pete Carroll as head coach.