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Originally published Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 6:41 PM

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Marquand Manuel among Hawks' four new assistants

Marquand Manuel, a former safety for the Seahawks, has been hired to serve as Seattle's assistant special teams coach, one of four additions the team announced Tuesday.

Seattle Times staff reporter

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Marquand Manuel, a former safety for the Seahawks, has been hired to serve as Seattle's assistant special teams coach, one of four additions the team announced Tuesday.

Manuel is one of two full-time coaches added, the other being Keith Carter, who will serve as the quality control coach for the offense.

John Glenn, a quality control coach at Washington under Steve Sarkisian the past two years, will serve as a coaching assistant, and former first-round pick Kenechi Udeze — who played under Pete Carroll at USC — was named a coaching intern who will work with the defensive line.

Udeze had been an assistant strength coach at UW.

Manuel played for Seattle in 2004 and 2005, becoming a starter during Seattle's Super Bowl season after Ken Hamlin suffered a season-ending head injury outside a Seattle nightclub.

Also, Will Lewis — the team's vice president of player personnel the past two years — is no longer with the team. He had spent 12 years with the Seahawks and had one year remaining on his contract.

Danny O'Neil: 206-464-2364 or doneil@seattletimes.com.

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