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Some coaches say their job is Madden Mobile Coins "a calling." Rocky Seto looks at things through a different lens.Proof?MORE: SN's 2016 NFL All-Pro teamThe Seahawks' assistant head coach for defense the past two seasons has left his job to enter the ministry, the team confirmed to the Seattle Times.Seto, 42, had worked on head coach Pete Carroll's staffs since 2001, Carroll's first season at USC.Seto's role the past two seasons was to help defensive coordinator



Kris Richard with devising weekly game plans. Seto was promoted into that position after coordinator Dan Quinn left to become the head coach of the Falcons.Working primarily with the defensive backs since coming to Seattle with Carroll in 2010, Seto received "significant credit" for helping groom the Seahawks' "Legion of Boom" secondary, the Times noted.An unidentified source told the Times that the decision to leave was Seto’s and he has long had a desire to Madden Coins enter the ministry.He and his wife, Sharla, who went high school in the Seattle area, have four children. Jerome Bettis: Ben Roethlisberger must assess his 'mortality' as an NFL player | NFL | Sporting News



KISSIMMEE, Fla. — Few people can better relate to Ben Roethlisberger’s uncertainty about his NFL future than one of his former teammates who will someday welcome him into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.Jerome Bettis strongly considered retiring after the 2004 season. At the time, Bettis was 32 years old and feeling the wear-and-tear that comes with 12 seasons playing running back.



Roethlisberger finds himself at a similar crossroad. He will be 35 in March and has suffered multiple injuries throughout his 13-year career.MORE: See all of SN's 2016 NFL awardsEarlier this week, Roethlisberger announced on 93.7-FM in Pittsburgh that he is going to “evaluate” whether he wants to return for the 2017 campaign. Roethlisberger said health and family considerations will be weighed before making his decision, with no timetable set.