Risky draft move: Seahawks’ trades out of 1st round put brain trust in the heat | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks went from having seven draft picks to 10 — in Pete Carroll’s words, an “exquisite” outcome. But they had better hit on a good share of those picks.Instant reaction: Seahawks trade out of round one |
John Schneider and @PeteCarroll live from VMAC on today's trades and tomorrow's busy day.
Seahawks Look To Land Future Stars In 2017 NFL Draft | Seattle Seahawks
Seattle enters its eighth NFL Draft under head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider this evening with an eye on looking to land Seahawks stars of the future.
Seahawks Owner Paul Allen Partners With City Of Seattle To Provide $35M Plan To Support Homeless Families | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks owner Paul Allen will provide $30 million toward the development of permanent housing and community services for Seattle-area homeless.
Seahawks Trade Out Of First-Round, Add Three Additional Picks In 2017 NFL Draft | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks traded back twice in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, adding three additional picks in the draft's later rounds.
John Schneider, Pete Carroll Discuss Seahawks Trading Out Of First Round Of 2017 NFL Draft | Seattle Seahawks
For the fourth time in the past five NFL Drafts, the Seahawks did not make a pick in the first round, instead opting to trade back for additional selections on Day 2 & 3.
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Pete Prisco grades every first-round pick of the 2017 NFL Draft
Florida State RB Dalvin Cook will kick off Day 2 of the draft
There were a lot of good moves made during the first day of the 2017 NFL Draft
Receivers surprise in the top 10, Alabama goes MIA in the top 15 and more 2017 NFL Draft takeaways
Cleveland on Thursday made Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers the No. 25 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The versatile defender hits the NFL as a jackknife utility man who can play as a backstop, linebacker or in the slot.
The trades keep coming in the first round, with the Niners making their second deal of the night, moving back into the first round to take Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster with the 31st pick.
Takkarist McKinley was fired up talking about his late grandmother after he was selected with the 26th overall pick by the Atlanta Falcons. This was the most memorable moment of the night.
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt said that his younger brother, T.J., was better than he was at the same point in their careers. The Pittsburgh Steelers will find out if the Texans star was right.
How valuable is a franchise quarterback? We learned that, and more, on Thursday night. Chris Wesseling breaks down why three teams spent much-needed draft resources to acquire signal-callers.