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Marquand Returns for Some Manuel Labor

February 16, 2012 In 2005, Marquand Manuel stepped in and helped the Seahawks reach the Super Bowl. Now, the former free safety is stepping in as the assistant special teams coach on Pete Carroll’s staff. Manuel replaces Jeff Ulbrich, who left to become the special teams/linebackers coach at UCLA. Manuel, 32, started 58 games and had 332 tackles in eight NFL seasons, playing for the Cincinnati Bengals (2002-03), Seattle Seahawks (2004-05), Green Bay Packers (2006), Carolina Panthers (2007), Denver Broncos (2008) and Detroit Lions (2009). He entered the league as the Bengals’ sixth-round draft choice in 2002 and was claimed off waivers ...

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