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Mike Macdonald, coach of the Seahawks, will speak at a coaching seminar at UW.

Seattle Seahawks find Pete Carroll replacement with new head coach set to  be confirmed - The Mirror US

On Saturday, a well-known speaker was added to the coaching clinic for the Washington football team.
The Be A Pro Coaching Clinic at UW on April 5–6 has announced Mike Macdonald, the new coach of the Seahawks, as a special guest speaker. At the defense breakout session, he will speak.
The clinic’s keynote speakers had been previously announced by Washington as being Seahawks general manager John Schneider and former New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, who is the father of UW defensive coordinator Steve Belichick. It was also announced that motivational speaker Brian Kight, the creator of dailydiscipline.com, will be the event’s special guest speaker.

Seattle Seahawks find Pete Carroll replacement with new head coach set to  be confirmed - The Mirror US

After serving as the defensive coordinator for the Baltimore Ravens for the previous two seasons, Macdonald was brought on by the Seahawks on January 31 to take the place of longtime coach Pete Carroll, the father of UW offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll.

Seahawks restructure contracts of receivers Tyler Lockett and Dee Eskridge

The Seahawks took two actions on Saturday to free up budget space as the NFL free agent signing period draws nearer. One of these moves was renegotiating veteran receiver Tyler Lockett’s deal, which guarantees that the team’s highest-paid player will play for a tenth season in 2024.
Lockett still owed $34 million and has two years left on his contract.
His new contract is now two years for $30 million with a maximum value of $34 million, which includes $4 million that was converted into possible incentives, as first reported by ESPN. The NFL Network was the first to publish this news. The deal also contains nearly $13 million guaranteed in 2024.

Under Lockett’s last contract, he was guaranteed non-guaranteed base salaries of $15.3 million in 2024 and 2025, cap hits of $26.895 million year, and roster incentives up to $1.7 million annually each game.
If Lockett plays for the team both seasons and meets incentive targets, he will essentially be earning the same amount of money under his new contract. However, in order to give the Seahawks more room now, the contract was altered to guarantee him money for this season and then backload the cap hits until 2025.
The specifics of the cap hits were not immediately apparent. However, there was conjecture that his 2024 hit may drop by roughly $8–10 million.

The most important thing to remember about the announcement is that Lockett is now


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