The Seahawks have signed team president Chuck Arnold to a contract extension through 2027, the latest in a series of moves the team has made in recent months to assure stability among upper management positions in the organization.

Head coach Pete Carroll signed a new deal last year through the 2025 season and general manager John Schneider signed a new contract in January keeping him with the team through the 2027 draft.

Arnold took over as team president in September 2018, about three weeks before the death of then-owner Paul Allen.

Allen’s sister, Jody, took over as chair of the Seahawks following the passing of Paul Allen, and said in a statement Wednesday that she likes the current direction of the franchise.