FILE: Then-Seahawks linebacker coach Ken Norton, Jr., tosses the ball during practice at Husky Stadium, in August 2010. The Seahawks are bringing the 51-year-old Norton back from the Bay Area to be their new defensive coordinator, even though Kris Richard is still officially in that job.
FILE: Then-Seahawks linebacker coach Ken Norton, Jr., tosses the ball during practice at Husky Stadium, in August 2010. The Seahawks are bringing the 51-year-old Norton back from the Bay Area to be their new defensive coordinator, even though Kris Richard is still officially in that job. Joe Barrentine/The News Tribune
FILE: Then-Seahawks linebacker coach Ken Norton, Jr., tosses the ball during practice at Husky Stadium, in August 2010. The Seahawks are bringing the 51-year-old Norton back from the Bay Area to be their new defensive coordinator, even though Kris Richard is still officially in that job. Joe Barrentine/The News Tribune

Still nothing official from Seahawks; Carroll poised to bring back Ken Norton Jr., Mike Solari as top assistants

January 15, 2018 06:03 PM