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  • Round 7: Seahawks take S Ryan Murphy at No. 248
    Brent Stecker | May 02, 2015 2:57 pm
    The Seahawks used their eighth and final draft pick on Ryan Murphy, a safety from Oregon State who adds depth to an area that has been hit with injuries and attrition.
  • Round 6: Seahawks take OL Kristjan Sokoli at No. 214
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 2:22 pm
    Seattle drafted Kristjan Sokoli, a defensive tackle from Buffalo, in the sixth round of the NFL Draft with the intention of converting him to an offensive lineman.
  • Round 6: Seahawks take DE Obum Gwacham at No. 209
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 1:14 pm
    The Seahawks used the first of their two sixth-round pick on Obum Gwacham, who began his college career at Oregon State as a wide receiver before making the unusual transition to defensive end.
  • Round 5: Seahawks take CB Tye Smith at No. 170
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 11:35 am
    The Seahawks have drafted at least one cornerback every year under general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll, a streak that continued this year with Seattle's selection of Tye Smith in the sixth round.
  • Round 4: Seahawks take OL Mark Glowinski at No. 134
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 10:20 am
    The Seahawks doubled on offensive linemen in the fourth round, taking West Virginia's Mark Glowinski four picks after selecting Terry Poole from San Diego State. And just like that, Seattle addressed two of the biggest needs on its roster.
  • Round 4: Seahawks take OL Terry Poole at No. 130
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 9:40 am
    The Seahawks used their first pick on the final day of the NFL Draft on offensive lineman Terry Poole, who played tackle in college but could move to guard and address a need for Seattle.
  • Seahawks enter final day of draft with six picks
    Brady Henderson | May 02, 2015 8:44 am
    After selecting Frank Clark and Tyler Lockett with their first two picks then reportedly trying unsuccessfully to move up to the top of fourth round, the Seahawks will enter the final day of the draft with six selections.
  • Sorting through the Seahawks' selection of Frank Clark isn't easy
    Danny O'Neil | May 01, 2015 9:57 pm
    Seattle's decision to draft Frank Clark should be met with skepticism given the alleged domestic-violence incident that led to his dismissal from the Michigan football team. You just shouldn't make assumptions about either his guilt, his innocence or the Seahawks' stated reasoning for choosing him.
  • Round 3: Seahawks take WR Tyler Lockett after trading up to No. 69
    Brady Henderson | May 01, 2015 6:01 pm
    The Seahawks traded up in the second round and selected Tyler Lockett, a diminutive but productive wide receiver from Kansas State whom Seattle considered the top returner in this year's draft.
  • Round 2: Seahawks take DE Frank Clark at No. 63
    Brady Henderson | May 01, 2015 5:49 pm
    The Seahawks used their first pick on Michigan pass rusher Frank Clark, a decision they say they made only after thoroughly vetting the domestic-violence allegations made against him.
  • Report: Seahawks "working to trade up" in second round
    Brady Henderson | May 01, 2015 2:29 pm
    Without a pick until No. 63 overall and a league-high 11 selections in all, it seemed entirely possible that the Seahawks would look to move up in the second round of the draft. That is indeed the case, according to a report from Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
  • Again not picking in first round shows Seahawks' draft confidence
    Danny O'Neil | May 01, 2015 5:40 am
    No team has gotten more out of the draft in the past five years than Seattle, and the reason for that is tied to the rationale that led the Seahawks to trade away their first-round pick and center Max Unger for tight end Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round choice.
  • First round of the NFL Draft by the numbers
    Danny O'Neil | May 01, 2015 5:19 am
    The top two picks in the NFL Draft were quarterbacks, only the second time in 15 years that has happened. Here are some other notable numbers from Thursday's first round of the NFL Draft.
  • First round shows why Seahawks traded for Jimmy Graham
    Brady Henderson | April 30, 2015 9:47 pm
    "We didn't feel like we'd be able to get a player of Jimmy's caliber with the 31st pick," Seahawks general manager John Schneider said last week. That became pretty much evident after the first round of the draft on Thursday.
  • Predicting the unpredictable: What the Seahawks will do in the draft
    Brady Henderson | April 30, 2015 9:56 am
    Five drafts under general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll have shown that the Seahawks are capable of just about anything. Here are three predictions for the most unpredictable team in the draft.
  • Don't expect Seahawks to trade Bruce Irvin
    Danny O'Neil | April 29, 2015 10:42 pm
    Contrary to one online report Wednesday, the Seahawks were not on the brink of sending linebacker Bruce Irvin to Atlanta.
  • Seahawks potential picks: OL Ali Marpet
    Brady Henderson | April 29, 2015 9:52 am
    Our latest draft profile focuses on Ali Marpet, an offensive lineman from Division-III Hobart who has been projected as a potential pick for the Seahawks in the second round.
  • Seahawks' secondary is a primary need entering the draft
    Danny O'Neil | April 28, 2015 8:39 am
    Seattle needs to restock a secondary that has been hit with several injuries and a pair of free-agent departures. Good thing for the Seahawks, their biggest need lines up with what has been their biggest strength in the draft.
  • With NFL-high 11 picks, Seahawks have flexibility to move up
    Brady Henderson | April 27, 2015 11:20 am
    Trading up hasn't been the Seahawks' M.O. under general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll. But with no selections among the first 62 and plenty of draft capital this year, it's not hard to imagine Seattle moving up in the second round.
  • John Schneider on the importance, challenge of identifying toughness
    Brady Henderson | April 23, 2015 11:27 am
    An essential quality that Seahawks general manager John Schneider looks for in a potential draft pick is the toughness to survive in Seattle's hyper-competitive culture.

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