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'Quarterbacks are going to drive this draft'

The problem with drafting in the bottom 10 picks of the first round is you are basically adding a second-round player for first-round money.

That’s largely why John Schneider has traded his first pick in each of the past five drafts — and is very likely to do it again, if the chance arises. 1,237 more words

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The search for 'spark'

“I think he’d admit that he had a rough year. So he’s looking for maybe a new spark and he’s either going to find that here in Seattle or he would find it somewhere else, but odds are he’s going to find it here.”  802 more words

Pete Carroll

Video Review: Hoku "Another Dumb Blonde"

In his bedroom, a young man takes off his jacket and turns on his computer to check his email. The snow continues to come down outside. 696 more words

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Draft rumors: More QB bait, first-round TE?

Amid rumors that John Schneider is talking with teams about a possible move up in this draft, he also appears to be prepping for his usual strategy — using a quarterback as bait to move down. 748 more words

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Schneider poised to make a few trades?

“Who says we’re picking at 26?” — John Schneider in 2016 (and 2017?).

With the draft two weeks away, it looks like John Schneider could be getting ready to make some big moves. 852 more words

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Trading Richard Sherman Would Be An Idiotic Move For Seahawks

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The Seattle Seahawks have signaled they are definitely open to trading Richard Sherman. While the franchise could get a haul in return for the four-time Pro Bowler, dumping him would be a monumentally stupid move. 349 more words

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Are Hawks capable of building a talented, consistent O-line?

Pete Carroll has said he wants to create continuity on Seattle’s offensive line.

He said he thinks Seattle’s young guys are going to improve and he hopes Luke Joeckel becomes part of the core. 1,796 more words

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