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Century Links 4/23: Assessing Potential Draft Targets Based on Availability, and other Seahawks News


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The Olympian/The News Tribune 2017 mock NFL draft | The News Tribune
As the NFL Draft’s first round approaches on Thursday, Seahawks and NFL reporter Gregg Bell forecasts how it may go.

NFL draft: How much help can Seahawks’ offensive line expect to get? | The Seattle Times
The draft figures to yield at least one offensive lineman, though maybe not more considering the Seahawks at the moment have just seven picks and that this is generally regarded as one of the worst groups of OLs available in the draft in some time.

NFL Draft 2017: Top 3 Defensive Tackles Who Could Be Seahawks

Can Pete Carroll and John Schneider rediscover early Seahawks draft success? | The Seattle Times
Of the 38 players the Seahawks have drafted since 2013, only one has been a Pro Bowler — Tyler Lockett as a return specialist.

Seattle Seahawks Announce 2017 Schedule | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks announced their 2017 schedule on Thursday evening, and the club will open with a road game against the Packers in Green Bay.

Seahawks interested in Zay Jones? | Seahawks Draft Blog
On Monday I'm going to be interviewing Tony Pauline.

NFL Draft: How Obi Melifonwu has gone from an unknown to a likely first-round pick -
The safety could end up in a number of places, including Tampa Bay, Houston, Seattle, Dallas, Green Bay and Pittsburgh

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Jets trade down, two key Alabama defenders fall out of top 15 -
Four teams snag a quarterback of the future, including the Browns after a trade up, in our latest mock

Buccaneers testing guard Ali Marpet at center -
One storyline that will almost certainly live under the radar at Buccaneers camp, if it lasts until August, is Ali Marpet's transition on the offensive line.

T.J. Ward: '17 reminds me of Broncos' Super Bowl year -
Denver's first postseason absence since B.T.T. (Before Tim Tebow) has at least one Broncos defender hungrier than ever to get back to January football.

Glen Coffee attempting comeback after Army service -
Glen Coffee is returning to football. The retired running back and former Army specialist was reinstated by the league and subsequently waived by San Francisco on Friday.

Falcons' Taylor Gabriel signs second-round tender -
Taylor Gabriel is officially under contract for the 2017 season. Fresh off a breakout 2016 season, the unrestricted free agent signed his second-round tender worth roughly $2.8 million with the Falcons.

Kansas City Chiefs release Jaye Howard -
The Kansas City Chiefs are trying to clear Jaye Howard off their books. Kansas City released the defensive lineman on Saturday, but still owe him $2.5 million guaranteed.