The Seahawks announced on Tuesday four new coaching arrivals. The quartet includes a pair of former NFL players.
Former safety Marquand Manuel, who played for Seattle among other teams, will serve as assistant special teams coach, via Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times. Former defensive end Kenechi Udeze, a first-round pick of the Vikings in 2004 who later battled leukemia, has been hired as a coaching intern. Udeze will work with the defensive line. He played at USC for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.
Also, Keith Carter has joined the team as quality control coach for the offense. John Glenn will work as a coaching assistant.
Finally, the Seahawks announced that V.P. of player personnel Will Lewis will not be back. The 12-year member of the team’s front office had one year left on his contract.