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Glenn was a three-year letterwinner at linebacker and a starter on East Stroudsburg University’s 2004 and 2005 NCAA playoff teams. He was also a two-year letterwinner in basketball in 2001-02 and 2002-03. Born on July 20, 1981 in Scranton, Pa., Glenn and his wife, Leigh, have two sons, Nate and Luke.. WILL HARRIGER ASSISTANT QUARTERBACKS SEAHAWKS EXPERIENCE: 4TH YEAR NFL EXPERIENCE: 4TH YEAR Will Harriger joined the Seahawks coaching staff as an offensive assistant on May 2, 2014 after spending 10 years coaching collegiately, and beginning in 2016, took on assistant quarterbacks responsibilities. He will focus primarily on working with offensive coaches, Darrell Bevell, Tom Cable and Carl Smith, whose offense ranked 12th in the NFL last season (357.2 ypg). Harriger, whose career began in 2004 at Midwestern State in Wichita Falls, spent the majority of his collegiate time on the defensive side of the ball, focusing on the linebacker position. He has also coached at Tennessee-Martin (2006), Auburn (2007), Texas (2008), Tennessee Martin (2009), Texas Tech (2010-11) and most recently at Florida (2012-13). Born on June 20, 1982, Harriger earned his degree in communications from Auburn in 2004. He and his wife, Brooke, have one daughter, Daisy. CLINT HURTT DEFENSIVE LINE SEAHAWKS EXPERIENCE: 1ST YEAR NFL EXPERIENCE: 4TH YEAR Hired on March 16, 2017, Hurtt joins Seattle after two years as the Chicago Bears outside linebackers coach (2015-16) and one year as the Bears assistant defensive line coach (2014). Hurtt’s 2015 linebacker corps of Lamarr Houston (careerhigh 8.0), Willie Young (6.5) and Pernell McPhee (6.0) were the only trio of linebackers in the NFL to have at least six sacks each. Hurtt helped both Houston and Young transition from ends in a 4-3 base defense to 3-4 outside linebackers. In 2014, Young led the team with a career-high 10.0 sacks after totaling just six sacks in his first four seasons in the league with the Detroit Lions. Prior to joining the Bears in 2014, Hurtt spent 13 years in the collegiate ranks coaching 14 NFL Draft picks during that time. From 2010-13, he worked as Louisville’s defensive line coach/recruiting coordinator, adding the title of associate head coach from 2011-13. In 2013, Louisville’s defense was tops in the nation in sacks (3.31), total defense (251.5 ypg), rushing defense (80.7 ypg) and third down defense (27%) and second in scoring defense (12.2 points per game). Hurtt came to Louisville from Miami, his alma mater, where he worked as the team’s defensive line coach from 2006-09, adding the title of recruiting coordinator in 2007. It was his second stint at his alma mater after beginning his coaching career as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach from 2001-02 before working as a graduate assistant with the Hurricanes from 2003-04. In between stints at Miami, Hurtt spent the 2005 season at Florida International University as the Golden Panthers defensive line coach. Hurtt was a three-year letterman at Miami (1997, 1999- 2000) before his career ended prior to the 2001 season due to injury. Born on November 7, 1978, Hurtt and his wife, Tanisha, have a daughter, Taylor, and son, Clayton. TRAVIS JONES SENIOR DEFENSIVE ASSISTANT SEAHAWKS EXPERIENCE: 5TH YEAR NFL EXPERIENCE: 13TH YEAR Hired on February 13, 2013, Jones joined then-defensive coordinator Dan Quinn’s staff after spending five seasons as assistant defensive line coach for the New Orleans Saints. He began his NFL career with the Miami Dolphins from 2005-07, where he and Quinn were on the same defensive staff. Named 55


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