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Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Thursday


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Aloha! Today we take a look at some of the notable draft pundits expectations for the hawks. Always fun to see them flabbergasted when Seattle doesn't pick any of the players they predicted, but who knows? This may just be Mel Kiper's lucky year! Hope everyone has a great day!

And the links!

Hawk Talk highlights: Seahawks' young cornerback options - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Highlights from the latest edition of 'Hawk Talk', including Danny O'Neil's thoughts on the young cornerbacks that will be competing for a roster spot with the Seahawks.

Seahawks GM John Schneider: 'Extremely hard' to find O-linemen -

The Seahawks' current situation along the offensive line is testing the faith of fans who have come to trust in Seattle general manager John Schneider.

Old Dominican WR has visit scheduled with Seahawks -
Representatives from four NFL teams were on hand for Old Dominican's pro day on March 28. A total of seven Old Dominican players worked out.

Doug Baldwin says no contract talks yet with Seahawks | ProFootballTalk
With one year remaining on his contract and coming off a season that saw him tied for the league lead for receiving touchdowns, wide receiver Doug Baldwin is a prime candidate to get a new contract with the Seattle Seahawks this offseason.

Seahawks gambled and lost by giving up three picks for Percy Harvin
Trading a first-round pick for Percy Harvin in 2013 was a definite risk for Seattle.

Seattle Seahawks Running Back Thomas Rawls: "My Recovery Is Coming Very Quickly" | Seattle Seahawks
In a one-on-one interview with Q13 FOX, running back Thomas Rawls shared an update on his recovery from last year's ankle injury.

Kiper: Seattle Seahawks take CB Eli Apple in latest mock draft
ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr released his latest mock draft and he ended up back where he started in terms of the Seattle Seahawks 26th pick. And seriously, when has Mel Kiper been wrong in regards to the Seahawks?

Eli Apple to Seahawks in first round? | Cover32
For the last few years the Seahawks have struggled to find a real partner in crime for Richard Sherman on the other side. Enter Ohio State's Eli Apple.

Patrick Peterson tops NFL's most valued defensive backs in 2016 -
You're familiar with the exquisite work of Darrelle Revis and Patrick Peterson. But do you properly appreciate Bradley Roby's versatility? Our resident corner, Ike Taylor, ranks the most valuable DBs.

Seahawks: Reviewing their OL prospects | Cover32
Seahawks fans who are wringing their hands over the state of the offensive line can take comfort in in the knowledge that John Schneider...

NFL free agent signings most likely to last only one year
Multiyear contracts in the NFL can be a mirage with little guaranteed money past the first year. Here are players who signed multiyear deals this offseason who could be on the market in 2017.

Riskiest draft moves for all 32 NFL teams - Randy Moss to Minnesota Vikings, Ricky Williams to New Orleans Saints
NFL Nation reporters detail every team's biggest draft gambles, including the Vikings scooping up Randy Moss and the Saints trading their entire draft to move up to get Ricky Williams.

Here’s what we learned at the NFL’s financial training camp for players - MarketWatch
NFL players — and their wives — attend a Personal Finance Camp to learn to make their money last long after they stop playing.

NFL Mock Draft 6.0: Forget consensus, a safety and a linebacker go 1-2 -
A left tackle and a QB going 1-2 is the consensus, but what if the Titans and Browns fake out everyone? Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack are worthy of both picks.

J.J. Watt says he won't play in NFL 'terribly longer' -
The three-time Defensive Player of the Year is thinking toward life after football.

Which NFL teams will pick a quarterback in the 2016 NFL draft? Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears likely
Will the Cowboys draft a backup for Tony Romo? Which QB is on the radar for the Bears? NFL Nation reporters take the pulse of their teams' intent to select a signal-caller.

Why the NFL went to Twitter instead of Facebook
Sources say that arguments over the valuation of the NFL's games and Facebook's revenue model led to the league choosing Twitter.