Alabama's staff movement isn't finished yet, with the Crimson Tide likely needing to fill other positions following the departure of Ryan Grubb to the Seattle Seahawks.

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According to Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, Grubb is expected to pull another Alabama assistant with him to the Seahawks.

Alabama offensive line coach Scott Huff is expected to join Grubb back in Seattle. Meanwhile, Alabama is likely going to promote tight end coach Nick Sheridan and wide receiver coach JaMarcus Shephard to co-offensive coordinators. Sheridan is expected to have play-calling duties and move to coaching quarterbacks.

The Crimson Tide will need to fill two positions on the offensive side of the football. Tight end coach and offensive line coach are now up for grabs at the capstone.

Kalen DeBoer is no stranger to college football. In the modern era, there is no offseason. The team is a month away from spring practice and is now hunting for three coaches once again, less than a month after they initially took the job.

Such is the life of a college football head coach. Deboer's defensive staff has remained in tact so far.

Tide 100.9 and Wyatt Fulton will have full coverage of the coaching searches. Follow along on Twitter/X at @Tide1009 and @FultonW_

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