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Century Links 4/28: Draft Day 3!

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Rasheem Green joins the Seahawks defensive line in the third round
The Seahawks pick up the defensive lineman many expected them to take on day one, as they select USC's Rasheem Green with the 79th pick of the 2018 draft.

Quiet day for Washington talent entering the draft, Seahawks trade down again | Columbia Basin |
DALLAS, Texas – Only one University of Washington heard his name called and no Washington State players heard their names called on the second day of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Seattle Seahawks heard multiple trade offers for Earl Thomas, none even close to worthy | The News Tribune
The Seahawks had multiple teams calling with trade offers for three-time All-Pro safety Earl Thomas through the first two days of the NFL draft. GM John Schneider says none were even remotely close to worthy of consideration.

Stone: Thomas' value to Seahawks is worth more than any draft picks he might've fetched | News Watch |
RENTON -- So it turns out the Seahawks aren’t ready to kick Earl Thomas to the curb, as he so quaintly put it last December.

2018 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks need Rashaad Penny to stay healthy | NBC Sports
The Seahawks have struggled to find someone to replace Marshawn Lynch, but they may have found a durable, day-to-day running back in Rashaad Penny.

Byron Maxwell agrees to one-year deal with Seahawks -
The Seattle Seahawks are bringing back a familiar face. Cornerback Byron Maxwell agreed to terms on a one-year deal with team Friday.

Seattle Seahawks agree to a one-year deal with cornerback Byron Maxwell according to a source
The Seahawks have reached a one-year agreement with cornerback Byron Maxwell that's worth up to $3 million, according to a source. | Seahawks get trade offer for RB they just drafted
Another NFL club was calling to inquire about a trade for Rashaad Penny – all before the end of the first round of the NFL Draft.

Seattle Seahawks select defensive lineman Rasheem Green of USC in the third round of the NFL draft | The News Tribune
No, the Seahawks don't trade Earl Thomas. They address a pressing need by selecting USC defensive lineman Rasheem Green in the third round on day two the NFL draft.

Instant reaction: Seahawks draft Rasheem Green | Seahawks Draft Blog
For weeks we wondered if this could be 'the day' for the Seahawks. The second round was loaded with talent and Seattle, known for trading down and out of

Podcast Player - Seahawks 1st round pick Rashaad Penny

Seahawks fielded calls about Earl Thomas but didn’t find offer to their liking – ProFootballTalk
Earl Thomas isn't going to Dallas or apparently anywhere else. Seahawks General Manager John Schneider admits talking to several teams Friday about a trade for the safety but said nothing was close to happening. Instead, Thomas returns for the final year of his deal, which will pay him an $8.

Jon Gruden loves Raiders’ draft: I don’t really hear all the skeptics – ProFootballTalk
Some draftniks don't like the Raiders' draft so far. Jon Gruden doesn't care. The Raiders new coach defended the team's draft in a 217-word soliloquy Friday. “I don’t really hear all the skeptics,” Gruden said, via Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Mason Rudolph: It’s not Ben Roethlisberger’s job to teach me anything – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers drafted quarterback Mason Rudolph in the third round on Friday night, making him the potential heir to Ben Roethlisberger. But Rudolph isn't expecting Roethlisberger to groom him for the role.

Bears trade up for Memphis receiver Anthony Miller -
The Chicago Bears traded up with the New England Patriots to select wide receiver Anthony Miller with the No. 51 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. Miller averages 1,448 yards over two years.

Derrius Guice selected No. 59 overall by Redskins -
The Washington Redskins selected LSU running back Derrius Guice with the 59th overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft on Friday. Guice is considered one of the top RBs in this year's draft.

Mason Rudolph drafted No. 76 overall by Steelers -
Have the Pittsburgh Steelers found their quarterback of the future? The team traded up on Friday to select Oklahoma State signal-caller Mason Rudolph in the third round of the NFL draft.

Broncos address RB position, draft Royce Freeman -
The Denver Broncos addressed the running back position, selecting Oregon back Royce Freeman in the third round (No. 71 overall).

Cowboys select receiver Michael Gallup in third round -
The Dallas Cowboys finally selected a receiver in the third round of the 2018 NFL draft, picking Colorado State wideout Michael Gallup at No. 81 overall.

Orlando Brown drafted in third round by Ravens -
Orlando Brown struggled mightily at the NFL Scouting Combine, but that didn't stop Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome from drafting the Oklahoma offensive tackle on Friday.