Seahawks add 3 assistant coaches to defensive staff

RENTON, Wash. (AP) The Seattle Seahawks have added three assistant coaches to the defensive staff.

Seattle announced the additions Wednesday. Assistant defensive line coach Dwaine Board is returning to Seattle, where he spent six seasons as the defensive line coach in the mid-2000s on coach Mike Holmgren's staff. After leaving Seattle, Board spent time with Oakland and Cleveland and the last two seasons he has been a high school coach in Northern California.

Seattle also added Chris Cash and Andre Curtis as assistant secondary coaches. Cash will work with cornerbacks and Curtis will work with safeties. Cash played for Seattle coach Pete Carroll at USC and spent the past two seasons coaching safeties at Florida A&M. Curtis was an assistant secondary coach with New Orleans the past three seasons.

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