RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Aaron Curry was known a decade ago as an NFL bust.
He was the No. 4 pick of the 2009 draft and four years later he was out of the league.
Curry is hoping in the future he's known for his success as a coach.
He's in his third season working on the defensive staff of the Seattle Seahawks, the team that drafted him a dozen years ago.
Curry works with defensive linemen and pass rushers.
Pete Carroll never imagined Curry going into coaching when he was playing.
But Curry has blown away the Seahawks' head coach with how he connects with players and picked up aspects of the job in such a short time.