Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll recently called Schottenheimer and offered him the team's vacant offensive coordinator job, according to NFL Network and NFL.com national insider Ian Rapoport. ESPN first reported the news and said a deal is "expected to get done".
Schottenheimer has previous experience as an offensive coordinator.
Schefter noted Seahawks general manager John Schneider worked with Marty Schottenheimer with the Washington Redskins during the 2001 season.
The Seattle Seahawks have reportedly found their replacement for former offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell.
Schottenheimer spent the last two years as the quarterbacks coach of the Indianapolis Colts. Brian also served on his father's coaching staffs with the Chargers and Chiefs.
The Denver native left the Chargers to take the offensive coordinator position for the New York Jets in 2006, a job he held for six seasons before going back to the Rams as an offensive coordinator in 2012.
Bevell was sacked by Seattle on Wednesday after spending the past seven seasons as the team's offensive coordinator.
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