Seahawks trade down, draft San Diego St. RB Rashaad Penny | KIRO-TV
Turns out, the Seahawks are serious about fixing the running game this year.
Seahawks 2018 NFL Draft Pick: RB Rashaad Penny, No. 27 Overall
Check out photos of San Diego St. running back Rashaad Penny, who the Seahawks selected with the No. 27 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
king5.com | Seahawks safety Earl Thomas not a priority for Cowboys
For at least one more year, it looks like one member of the famous Legion of Boom will still be in a Seattle Seahawks uniform. Sources indicate that for the Cowboys, trading for free safety Earl Thomas is not a priority at the moment.
Seattle Seahawks trade down in round one, gain two later picks | The News Tribune
The Seahawks did what they almost had to do, trade down from 18 but not out of the first round, and get a third-round and sixth-round pick from Green Bay.
Pete Carroll & John Schneider Discuss The Seahawks’ Moves On Day 1 Of The 2018 NFL Draft
Seahawks general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll discuss first-round pick Rashaad Penny, as well as the team's decision to trade back from 18 to 27.
Seattle stunner: Seahawks select RB Rashaad Penny | FOX Sports
RENTON, Wash. (AP) Once again, John Schneider and Pete Carroll left observers a little surprised by the Seattle Seahawks' first selection in the NFL draft.
Seattle Seahawks' 2018 draft: Analysis for every selection - NFC West- ESPN
The Seahawks are looking to San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny to finally bring consistency to their backfield.
Instant reaction: Seahawks take Penny, 49ers spoil trade? | Seahawks Draft Blog
There's lots to get into so here we go... Did the 49ers spoil Seattle's trade plans? A year ago Tony Pauline correctly forecast a first round trade
Eagles were willing to wait for picks – ProFootballTalk
The Eagles won a Super Bowl by being bold, but at the end of the first round last night, they decided to punt and play field position. The Eagles traded the final pick of the first round to the Ravens, who were eager to get quarterback Lamar Jackson.
Terrell Edmunds “surprised” to join brother Tremaine in first round – ProFootballTalk
Thursday night's first round featured a first in NFL history. The Bills took Tremaine Edmunds with the 16th pick and the Steelers took Terrell Edmunds with the 28th pick to mark the first time that a pair of brothers went in the first round of the same draft.
Seahawks bolster RB ranks by drafting Rashaad Penny - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks selected San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny with the No. 27 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Can he help bring balance to the Seahawks' offense?
Ravens trade up to take Lamar Jackson at No. 32 - NFL.com
Former Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson was selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the No. 32 overall pick, a selection they acquired in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ravens add to TE corps, take Hayden Hurst at No. 25 - NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens selected South Carolina tight end Hayden Hurst with the No. 25 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Hurst finished his college career with 100 catches for 1,281 yards.
Patriots bolster offense with electric RB Sony Michel - NFL.com
New England on Thursday used the No. 31 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to grab Bulldogs running back Sony Michel. The selection came eight picks after Bill Belichick got offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn.
Josh Allen: Bills 'trusted me' when I admitted mistakes - NFL.com
At the tail-end of a day when the conversation surrounding Josh Allen fixated on how far he would fall, the Buffalo Bills made sure that the polarizing Wyoming prospect didn't drop too far.
Josh Rosen: 'Nine mistakes were made ahead of me' - NFL.com
We have our first 2018 NFL Draft vendetta. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen made it clear after being selected he's keeping a mental list of the nine teams who passed on him.
ATN Podcast: NFL Draft Round 1 Recap - NFL.com
The heroes assemble in-studio to recap the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, including takes on the Browns’ new QB and CB, Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen.