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10-5-1, 1st in NFC West
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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

"You mean Beast Mode?" Seahawks GM John Schneider talks Marshawn Lynch trade and Richard Sherman inquiries.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Asked if the Seahawks got calls about Richard Sherman today, GM John Schneider said, "I'd rather not get into that. If there were calls about him? Yeah, sorry. There's just calls about tons of players so it's not specifically Richard."

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have once again traded out of the first round, sending the 31st pick to the 49ers for No. 34 (second round) and No. 111 (fourth round). The Seahawks now have 10 overall picks and six on Day 2 (two in the second round and four in the fourth).

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have traded down from the No. 26 pick, acquiring the 31st pick in the first round from the Atlanta Falcons. Seattle also gets a third-round pick (No. 95) and a seventh-round pick (No. 249). The Seahawks have not picked at their original first-round slot since 2011. They now have nine picks in the draft and six in the first three rounds. There should be offensive linemen, cornerbacks and pass rushers still on the board at 31.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With five picks left before the Seahawks are on the clock, here are some names to consider: OL Forrest Lamp, DE Charles Harris, OL Ryan Ramczyk, OL Cam Robinson, CB Kevin King. Offensive line is obviously an area of need, and it's also probably the most shallow position in the draft. That could entice the Seahawks to grab an offensive lineman in the first round for the second straight year.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks' NFC West schedule will now include matchups against Solomon Thomas, Haason Reddick, Aaron Donald and Chandler Jones. Will Seattle be able to address its offensive line at No. 26? With 12 picks remaining before the Seahawks are up, there still has not been an offensive lineman taken. They could be in position to get a guy like Forrest Lamp, Ryam Ramczyk or Cam Robinson. Garett Bolles could be an option as well.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

With the top 10 picks off the board, there have been no cornerbacks and no offensive linemen taken – two positions of need for the Seahawks. With two quarterbacks gone, the Seahawks may have a difficult time finding suitors to trade up once the draft gets to No. 26. Seven of the first 10 picks have been offensive players.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

One thing to keep in mind with the Seahawks tonight: They have not drafted in their original first-round slot since 2011. In three of the last four years, they haven't made a first-round pick at all. Seattle has seven draft picks this season, but GM John Schneider admitted earlier this week that he's jealous of teams that have more. If a quarterback (or quarterbacks) fall to No. 26, it'd be no surprise to see the Seahawks trade back.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Seahawks had trouble keeping Russell Wilson upright and creating room for their running backs. As the draft kicks off on Thursday, Seattle would be smart to focus on upgrading its O-line.

ESPN Staff  

Which player will the Seahawks take at No. 26? Here are the final projected picks from Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, plus the players Louis Riddick and NFL Nation would select: Kiper – Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU; McShay – Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama; Riddick – Forrest Lamp, G, Western Kentucky; NFL Nation – Kevin King, CB, Washington.

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1dLouis Riddick

GM Mock Draft: Seattle addresses O-line

After the way things went in 2016, the Seahawks could look to use their No. 26 pick to shore up the trenches.

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Best mid-round prospect fit: Treston Decoud

Decoud fits the mold of what Seattle likes in its cornerbacks, as he is a competitive press corner who can use his length to disrupt the routes of wide receivers.

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
2(2)
2(26)
3(26)
3(31)
3(38)
3(42)
4(4)
6(26)
7(8)
7(31)

Team Stats

Passing Yards257.810th
Rushing Yards99.425th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against18.33rd

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