Seahawks signed 16 undrafted players. A look at the quarterback and wideouts they grabbed.
The end of the NFL draft is just the beginning of the influx of new talent. The Seahawks signed 16 undrafted players. Let's look at the offense.
Jacob Martin hits the edge for Seahawks in the sixth round
The Seahawks go back to defense with the sixth pick, edge rusher Jake Martin of Temple. At 230 pounds, he's even lined up at nose tackle. Yeah, he's tough.
Alex McGough joins the quarterback club of the Seahawks
Alex McGough may have been drafted in the seventh round by the Seahawks, but he has more to offer than you'd think. He's really good under pressure.
Cowboys reportedly made Earl Thomas draft day trade offer to Seahawks, still interested - CBSSports.com
Dallas might still very well want to land the safety
Former Churchill standout signed by Seahawks | Sports | Eugene, Oregon
Skyler Phillips inks free agent contract after a distinguished career at Idaho State
king5.com | ESPN's Mel Kiper gives Seahawks' draft class a C+ grade
The Seattle Seahawks had an eventful weekend, making nine selections in this year's NFL Draft. While it's been less than 24 hours since the final pick, the experts are already coming out with their grades.ESPN's Mel Kiper gives the Seahawks draft class a C+.
Seattle Seahawks' pick of Shaquem Griffin makes for an emotional day - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Griffin brothers as well as the Seahawks' brass embraced a moment that was more in line with a Hollywood script than NFL reality.
Seahawks show commitment with draft selections | FOX Sports
Shaquem Griffin deservedly received the bulk of the attention when the Seattle Seahawks drafted the star linebacker
Shaquem Griffin On Joining Twin Brother With Seahawks: “It Was Like I Was Dreaming”
Twin brother Shaquem and Shaquill Griffin discuss reuniting in the NFL with the Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks Shaquem Griffin: I'm not a sentimental story | OregonLive.com
The one-handed linebacker, chosen in the fifth round of the draft, said he's planning to make an impact.
Seattle Seahawks continued their habit of seeking the overlooked and self-motivated in this NFL draft | The News Tribune
From second pick Rasheem Green through the story of the NFL draft, Shaquem Griffin and fifth-round pick Jamarco Jones, the Seahawks continued to add players who are ticked off with something to prove.
Sunday draft notes & 2019 names to watch | Seahawks Draft Blog
Did Seattle stick to their positional trends this year? In putting together our combine preview, we highlighted a number of positional trends. Many of these
Bucs investigating after angry fan tweets threat to G.M. – ProFootballTalk
It's OK for a fan to not like a draft pick of his or her favorite team. He can even boo, or set fire to a jersey he bought or something. But to suggest violence in response to that disagreement's not acceptable, and it's amazing that I just spent time typing those words because somebody doesn't r...
Pat Elflein doesn’t expect to be ready for Vikings OTAs – ProFootballTalk
In March, there was word that Vikings center Pat Elflein was expected to take part in some portion of spring work after having surgery to repair a fractured ankle suffered in the NFC Championship Game.
John O’Korn will try out for the Lions – ProFootballTalk
Five quarterbacks went in the first round of this year's draft and 13 quarterbacks were chosen over the entire three-day affair, but none of them were former Michigan Wolverine John O'Korn.
Colts GM never took Andrew Luck trade offers seriously - NFL.com
Although Andrew Luck hasn't thrown a pass in a meaningful NFL game in over a year, the Indianapolis Colts haven't wavered in their belief that the quarterback is still among the league's premier passers.
Ozzie Newsome 'emotional' after his final Ravens draft - NFL.com
Ozzie Newsome's final draft as general manager of the Baltimore Ravens offered an "emotional" experience for the longtime team executive and a standing ovation from his staff.
Browns DC: Denzel Ward fills need for press cover CB - NFL.com
Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams insisted that he preferred to add Denzel Ward over Bradley Chubb based off the team's need for a cover man.