UPDATE! ESPN is reporting that UCLA has hired him as head coach.
His work ethic is so strong and his time in Seattle was so short that I expect he could get interviewed for another NFL head coaching job eventually, but that would require him likely getting back into coordinating to stay visible. I don’t think he wants to do that. His most recent college coaching was at Washington in 1984 as a graduate assistant. Mora’s NFL record is 31-33, plus 1-1 in the postseason.
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