KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -The Seattle Seahawks hired veteran college assistant Kasey Dunn as their new running backs coach Tuesday.
Dunn has spent the last 15 years in college football. In 2007, he became the assistant head coach, special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach at Baylor. That was after he spent three seasons at the University of Arizona.
The graduate of the University of Idaho is replacing Stump Mitchell, who left Seattle last month to become the running backs coach for the Washington Redskins and their new coach, former Seahawks assistant Jim Zorn.

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