Not just one of the best coaches, but one of the classier guys in the history of the league. He could have named his price at about 90% of the teams in the NFL when he was stepping down in San Fran but didnt.
Man, back in the day I loved the 'Hawks and the 'Niners. Loved the way in which he handled himself on and off the field. Do not forget that he is the man who cranked out the fraternity of coaches that have all been successful.
That's a pretty good deal for the Seahawks, because they now can put Seneca Wallace on the field in a "Slash"-ish role without SO much concern about him getting injured. Holmgren has been itching to do that for a while now.