After trading up to select Darrell Taylor out of Tennessee earlier in the second round, the Seattle Seahawks then trade back out of their second pick in the round.
Seattle trades: Pick 64.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 25, 2020
Carolina trades: Pick 69, Pick 148.
Pick 64 was the pick the Hawks received from the Kansas City Chiefs in the Frank Clark trade last year, and they have now turned that pick into two separate picks, number 69 in the third round and 148 in the fifth round. This move puts the team back at seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, which is lower than the number of selections they typically make, but at least closer to their norm relative to the half dozen they held prior to the trade.
That said, it won’t be a surprise if the Hawks were to trade back once again to add yet another selection or two in the heart of the draft. Of course, it’s John Schneider and Pete Carroll, so fans can never be too certain of what they will do.