Seahawks.com runs down every draft pick, with quotes, photos, audio and more.
Even as the Seahawks put together their most conventional draft under John Schneider, they still managed to go in a different direction than the rest of the league.
With Marshawn Lynch retiring, the Seahawks drafted three running backs.
The Seahawks took a lot of linemen and running backs because that is where the draft led them.
The Hawks made a rare trade up to add Quinton Jefferson.
Alex Collins is Seattle’s Lord of the Dance, Mitch Finn.
Zac Brooks has the grit the Hawks like: His dad has been dealing with a serious health problem since Brooks was in seventh grade.
The Seahawks had to have Joey Hunt, who seems like he might have a shot at unseating Patrick Lewis.
Kenny Lawler is the first receiver drafted by this regime after the fourth round.
TCU QB Trevone Boykin apparently was Seattle’s No. 1 target among UDFAs.
Somebody compared UDFA safety Tyvis Powell to former Seahawk Ken Hamlin.
Looks like Jerry Jones wishes he had offered Seattle his second- and third-round picks to move up to No. 26. He reportedly offered a fourth instead of a third, and Denver trumped that.