Robert Saleh: Future Linebackers Coach?

Robert Saleh is the Defensive Quality Control Coach on the Seattle Seahawks. Saleh spent six seasons on the Houston Texans, and his last two as the assistant linebackers coach, before the whole defensive coaching staff was fired, Saleh then joined the Seahawks in 2011 and has been coaching since then. Saleh has 2 years of experience working with Gus Bradley.

With Seattle, Saleh is responsible for assisting coordinator Gus Bradley with day-to-day responsibilities and aids Ken Norton, Jr. on and off the field with the development of the linebacking corps.

According to this quote, Saleh and Bradley are very familiar with each other and Saleh takes part in developing the Seahawks' linebacker corps. Linebackers like Bobby Wagner, 2nd round pick in 2012, Bruce Irvin, 1st round pick in 2012, and Malcolm Smith, a 7th round pick in 2011, have all been developed by Robert Saleh and Ken Norton Jr(LB Coach). This linebacker corps, all with less than 4 years of professional experience, are representing the Seattle Seahawks in the 2014 Super Bowl. Now I don't know too much about Robert Saleh, but it's a possibility he gets hired as the new Linebacker coach in Jacksonville after the super bowl.

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