but Mora in today's press conference said Bruce DeHaven has been retained. In fact, it looks like there are only going to be a few coaching changes, which have already been announced. He said he's still looking for a cornerback's coach but other then that, he's basically done.
I'm not sure if this will stick, he might change his mind on someone (like DeHaven) and decide he needs to bring someone else in. But for now, he's saying he's done with most of the major coaching hires.
Also, Mora said that he wanted both Quinn AND Bradley to be his defensive coordinator. So Bradley got the job, but Quinn is going to be an assistant head coach/defensive line coach. I guess he's supposed to help out with the defensive coaching and schemes? Mora didn't really elaborate on the relationship there and the media didn't really ask a whole lot of questions about it.
Also as a side note, Mora is stressing the 3 hour time difference as something that needs to be addressed. Namely, he was talking about coaching the players in a way, and setting up situations in such a way that the players will (hopefully) be able to cope with it. Not sure how he intends to do that (maybe start practices at 10am?), but since that's been an achilles heel for Seattle for years it's at least promising that he intends to look into it.