Brock and Salk

Seahawks’ Gus Bradley is head coach material

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Pete Carroll retained two assistant coaches when he was hired by the Seahawks before the 2010 season.

One of them was defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, who has since helped turned Seattle’s defense into one of the better units in the league.

After speaking with Bradley during the Seahawks’ non-OTA workouts on Friday, Brock Huard thinks Bradley has what it takes to become a head coach in the NFL within the next few years.

You can download Friday’s podcast here.

Note: The picture of Gus Bradley on the front of is by Rod Mar/Seattle Seahawks.


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