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Seahawks live Q&A: Best and worst draft day moves in franchise history

Join us Sunday morning on Locker Room at 9am to for a look at Seattle’s draft history

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Update: Tune in to the podcast to hear who we selected!

What have been the best and worst moves in Seattle Seahawks franchise history that have happened during the NFL draft? That’s the topic of discussion on the Locker Room app this Sunday morning at 9am PT.

Looking back at last year as an example. Seattle traded away their second round pick (64 overall) and were able to add guard Damien Lewis and defensive end Alton Robinson. Lewis started the full season on the offensive line and Robinson added four sacks on defense. However, the Seahawks also traded their third round pick to move up 11 spots in the second round to select Darrell Taylor. How do these moves compare with some previous draft day moves in Seahawks history?

Come join us live on the Locker Room app Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. PT to discuss the topic and look back at history. If you can’t make it, offer your thoughts in the comments and we can bring them up on the show.

During the first segment of the discussion, we’ll trade off between our selections. After sharing our thoughts, we’ll want to hear from you. Raise your hand inside the app to be brought into the discussion and offer your thoughts.

From your phone, go to and follow my account so you can be alerted when we go live. The app is only available on iOS, so grab your iPhone or iPad and join in!

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