Former Seahawks coach Jim Mora says he has no plans to become an NFL assistant coach.
He'd rather become a college head coach.
Those were among the revelations from Mora's recent interview with the Fox affiliate in Seattle.
"I am researching the college game on a daily basis, so that if there's an opportunity that arises that looks like it might be a good fit, I'm ready to go," Mora said. "I want to be out in front in the recruiting process, ready to go, but who knows what is going to happen? I don't really want to leave Seattle, though."
Mora also indicated he was having lunch with Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke, one of the people he discussed unfavorably during a March radio interview in Seattle.