Could former Los Angeles Chargers Head Coach Anthony Lynn be the next Offensive Coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks?

In a recent report published in the Seattle Times by Seahawks beat reporter Bob Condotta, there seems to be some interest by Lynn to return to coaching in 2021 -- even if it is not a head coaching position.

Following another disappointing early exit from the playoffs, the Seahawks decided to part ways with former Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer citing "philosophical differences".

Russell Wilson has publicly stated that he was "not in favor" of the decision made by Head Coach Pete Carroll and General Manager John Schneider and has also commented that he feels that it is imperative and critical that he, Wilson, should be included in the decision-making process when it comes to tabbing Schottenheimer's replacement.

Personally, I feel that there is something strange going on and I'm a tad uneasy about all of it. Apparently, I am not the only one. Even Wilson's person quarterback "whisperer" -- a person RW3 has publicly admitted is his "guru" -- Jake Heaps smells something fishy or a bit amiss. He said this in a recent tweet on his personal social media page:

Would Lynn be a good fit for the Seahawks or is there a better candidate out there? Lynn holds a career coaching record of 33-32. What about former Prosser Mustangs standout Kellen Moore -- currently the O.C. for the Dallas Cowboys?

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Todd E. Lyons, Esquire

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