The San Francisco 49ers search for a new head coach continues. The team interviewed Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach/assistant head coach Tom Cable on Sunday.
Cable has 10 years of NFL coaching experience and just finished his sixth season in Seattle. The coach has been a part of the Seahawks potent rushing attack since 2011.
In 2014, his offensive line paved the way for a league-leading 2,672 rushing yards and helped set a single-game franchise record with 350 rushing yards in a 23-0 win over the New York Giants.
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Cable's offensive line helped former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch amass 5,357 rushing yards and 48 rushing touchdowns from 2011-14. The Seahawks have won three divisional titles, two NFC Championships and one Super Bowl during Cable's tenure in Seattle.
The coach joined the Seahawks staff in 2011 following two years as the head coach of the Oakland Raiders. Cable was named the 17th head coach in Raiders history in 2009. He led the Raiders to an 8-8 record in 2010, which marked their most wins in a season since the team's 2002 Super Bowl run.
Prior to being the Raiders head coach, Cable served as Oakland's offensive line coach for two seasons from 2007-08. The Raiders boasted a top-10 rushing attack both years.
As a player, Cable enjoyed a four-year career at the University of Idaho, including three as a starter on the Vandals offensive line. The Merced, Calif., native played one season in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts before beginning his career as a coach.