Draft Day 2: Hawks draft speedy receiver/returner

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Here’s our suggested Day 2 draft strategy

The Seahawks joined the rest of us in watching the first round pass by without them participating – the third time that has happened in the John Schneider era, but the first since 2015.

They had some fun with it by filling their seats with cardboard cutouts, but they will be there for real today.

The best plan, in our estimation, would be to move down from 56. The quality of players in the late second round is not that much better than anything in the mid-third round.

Add a couple more picks. Then look at corners, centers, tackles and receivers – maybe D-tackles and linebackers. Check out our roster status report for prospects who could fit Seattle at each position.

Here’s what we would try to do:

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