The Seahawks traded out of the first round and now have 10 picks in the final two days of the NFL draft.
In one of the least surprising developments of the night, the Seahawks traded down not once but twice and moved out of the first round. The Seahawks have 10 picks over the final two days of the draft.
Here are the Seahawks’ remaining picks (rounds two and three are on Friday):
Seahawks 2017 draft picks:
Round 1 | Pick 26 | No. 26 overall (→ traded to Falcons)
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Round 1 | Pick 31 | No. 31 overall (← acquired from Falcons → traded to 49ers)
Round 2 | Pick 2 | No. 34 overall (← acquired from 49ers)
Round 2 | Pick 26 | No. 58 overall
Round 3 | Pick 26 | No. 90 overall
Round 3 | Pick 31 | No. 95 overall (← acquired from Falcons)
Round 3 | Pick 38 | No. 102 overall
Round 3 | Pick 42 | No. 106 overall
Round 4 | Pick 4 | No. 111 overall (← acquired from 49ers)
Round 6 | Pick 26 | No. 210 overall
Round 7 | Pick 8 | No. 226 overall
Round 7 | Pick 31 | No 249 overall (← acquired from Falcons)
Some interesting names remain on the board: UW corner Kevin King, UW safety Budda Baker, Alabama offensive tackle Cam Robinson, Western Kentucky offensive lineman Forrest Lamp and Connecticut defensive back Obi Melifonwu.