By Brady Henderson
Trading up has not been the Seahawks' M.O. under general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll. Instead, they've shown a preference during the last three drafts to move back and acquire additional selections in an attempt to build up their roster.
Might that change this year?
The Seahawks have 10 picks in the upcoming draft. Carroll has said the depth on Seattle's roster will make it hard for some of those draft picks to make the team.
With a surplus of selections and a clear need for another pass rusher, trading up seems like a realistic possibility, at the very least.
In the video below, Brock Huard and Mike Salk discuss whether they see that happening.
You can listen to Tuesday's podcast here.