Seahawks UDFA additions include WVU QB Skyler Howard, Purdue OL Jordan Roos
A look at the confirmed and reported undrafted free agents the Seahawks have signed or invited to try out at the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Seahawks sign Tyrone Swoopes, Skyler Howard, others after draft
Seatttle Seahawks sign two former Big 12 quarterbacks Tryone Swoopes and Sklyer Howard as undrafted free agents.
Tedric Thompson didn't hide his emotions during a call from Seattle GM John Schneider, informing the safety that the team was going to draft him.
RENTON, Wash. (AP) John Schneider and Pete Carroll seem to be preparing for a time when the Seattle Seahawks secondary may not include Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman, even if it's likely a few years away.
The Seattle Seahawks addressed a number of positional needs in the 2017 NFL draft, so here's a look at some of the biggest winners.
The Seahawks focused on adding depth at positions of need on the last day of the NFL draft, grabbing more defensive backs and another offensive lineman.
The NFL drafts shows the Seahawks preparing for life after Boom. It’s not something that will likely show up in 2017, but in the harsh reality of the NFL, you have to perpetually gird yourself for ruthless turnover.
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A pick-by-pick look at the Seattle Seahawks 2017 NFL Draft Class.
What we learned from Seahawks general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll on the final day of the 2017 NFL Draft.
No teams did bad enough to earn an 'F,' and give credit where it's due to the 49ers(!) and Browns(!!)
Philadelphia's crowd atmosphere during the 2017 NFL Draft was electric, and it was also historic. The league announced the 250,000 people to attend this year's draft is an NFL draft record.
Gregg Rosenthal lists the five teams that improved the most in the draft. Yes, the Browns made the cut -- but so did the Titans, who stocked up on playmakers (like WR Corey Davis) for Marcus Mariota.
After every household name disappears off the draft board, we tend to think the rest of the picks don't matter. Here are a few players picked on Day 3 that could take over a starting role in training camp.
The Broncos may have just made the most relevant Mr. Irrelevant selection in NFL Draft history: Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly. He threw for 6,800 yards and 50 touchdowns over two seasons in Oxford.