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i would only trust a trainer that looks like John Cena
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Robert Saleh is the new LBs coach. Followed gus from Jacksonville.
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Was Kent Johnston fired Vince Mcmahon style?
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get Leslie Vonns trainer - she nevers stays down
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Robert Saleh is the new LBs coach. Followed gus from Jacksonville.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Saleh

And from Seattle apparently

Someone gus trusts I suppose

Quality control background is always good imo
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Speaking of injuries and S and T. Has anyone ever heard of specific schemes ran affecting injury frequency?

Could a scheme change in any form on any side of the ball, including STs have an affect on injuries being more or less likely to happen? Any article out there?
Joe posted one on rugby style tackling in the nfl.
Here's a sample link: http://www.espn.com/blog/seattle-sea...ahawks-defense
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Robert Saleh is the new LBs coach. Followed gus from Jacksonville.
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Could a scheme change in any form on any side of the ball, including STs have an affect on injuries being more or less likely to happen? Any article out there?
I dunno. We've tried not tackling, not rushing the passer, not completing passes, the works.

Maybe if we actually start doing those things, injuries will go down?
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lol...perhaps the Chargers could of considered Rocky Seto as coach since he is behind the new tackling techniques. If anything, Gus Bradley is from Coach Carroll's coaching tree. While at USC, Coach Carroll really mastered competing as close to game like situations by making it major tenet in practice: individual and team drills. Can Bradley bring this attitude? Mebane definitely gives him a thumbs up.
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I dunno. We've tried not tackling, not rushing the passer, not completing passes, the works.

Maybe if we actually start doing those things, injuries will go down?
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lol...perhaps the Chargers could of considered Rocky Seto as coach since he is behind the new tackling techniques. If anything, Gus Bradley is from Coach Carroll's coaching tree. While at USC, Coach Carroll really mastered competing as close to game like situations by making it major tenet in practice: individual and team drills. Can Bradley bring this attitude? Mebane definitely gives him a thumbs up.
Interestingly enough, Rocky Seto is available, although for an unusual reason:

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Rocky Seto leaving Seahawks to join ministry
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Assistant head coach/defense Rocky Seto is leaving the Seattle Seahawks to enter the ministry, the team has confirmed.

Seto, a Christian, coached with Pete Carroll at USC and then joined him in the NFL in 2010 as a quality control coach on defense. The next season, Seto was promoted to assistant defensive backs coach, working with the Seahawks' safeties, and later was named the passing game coordinator.

In 2015, after Kris Richard took over as defensive coordinator, Seto was named assistant head coach/defense.

Among Seto's responsibilities over the years was the implementation of the Seahawks' rugby-style tackling.

"Rocky has been most integral," Carroll said last year. "He has been really the bell cow for us on this one. He is the one that does all of the teaching [of] it in the meetings. He's got a real passion for making the point, and he's always been involved with it with us."

Seto is married and has four children.

"That's a challenge as a coach, to make sure you focus on the marriage and focus on the children," Seto told the team's website in 2010. "Because so many times as men we get caught up in feeling like the work that we do defines us. It becomes more important than anything else."

Seto could not immediately be reached for comment.

The Seattle Times first reported his decision.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/1...hawks-ministry
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