By BOB McGINN
Russell Wilson was in the midst of three kneel-downs finishing off the Seahawks’ 27-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers last month when a tableau unfolded in the Seattle bench area that told a thousand words.
With at least 15 of his assistant coaches standing around, Pete Carroll walked briskly over and picked out Chad Morton, his running backs coach.
As the head coach approached their eyes met and the expression on Morton’s face couldn’t have been more joyous. Then they embraced, not one of those bro deals but a legit bear hug that would have done any father-son proud...
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