It appears the Seattle Seahawks and GM Tim Ruskell are not done wheeling and dealing. The Seahawks traded up in the second round, again with Denver, grabbing the Chicago Bears' 49th overall pick to select Oregon center Max Unger.
The Seahawks gave up their third round pick, the 68th overall, and their fourth round pick, the 105th overall.
With Unger, Seattle gets a versatile offensive lineman that can play center or guard, and will add depth to the interior line up front.
Unger was a guy Seattle targeted at No. 37, and when they saw him falling down the board they decided to make a move.