By BEN SHPIGELJAN. 30, 2015 – PHOENIX — Rocky Seto is the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive passing game coordinator.

Am I actually in charge of the pass game?” Seto said. “No.”

This, then, is what Seto does do: He spearheads the tackling tutorials, oversees the scout-team defense, delivers the most creative presentations at Seattle headquarters, instructs the safeties, teaches the cornerbacks, draws on Bruce Lee and the animal kingdom to inculcate turnover-forcing techniques, executes special projects, analyzes third-down and red-zone and two-minute tendencies, advises Coach Pete Carroll, assists the defensive coordinator Dan Quinn on game days and assists everyone else every other day.
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