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Considered a possible first-round pick by some analysts, defensive tackle Jesse Williams might turn out to be the best value of the 2013 draft for the Seattle Seahawks.
RENTON — The Seahawks stood pat Thursday night.
With the Seattle Seahawks heading into tonight’s NFL draft without a first-round pick for the first time since 2007 — and only the fourth time in franchise history — general manager John Schneider might have some time on his hands.
So, we’ve been led to believe that it’s premature to judge the quality of a draft class by NFL teams in any span shorter than three or four years.
A native of Brisbane, Australia, Alabama defensive lineman Jesse Williams is the perfect example of the deep talent pool at defensive line in this year’s draft.
The Seattle Seahawks don’t figure to be first-round players in the NFL draft, which begins Thursday and will run, well, longer than the typical human brain is wired to tolerate.
RENTON — Being a Seattle Seahawks player these days carries two implied promises:
RENTON – One down, three to go.
Luke Marquardt never played in a varsity game for perennial state football power Skyline High School in Sammamish, yet he has an opportunity to carve out an NFL career as an offensive lineman.
Just call it the Russell Wilson effect. NFL general managers and personnel executives are covering their backsides this draft season after other teams passed over a potential franchise quarterback in the University of Wisconsin’s Wilson last season because he did not meet the eyeball test at 5 feet, 10 inches tall.
Texas A&M running back Christine Michael offers the type of risk/reward proposition that sometimes lures Seahawks coach Pete Carroll into risking a gamble.
John Schneider, partner in the roster-construction firm of Schneider, Carroll and Associates, ranks as one of the NFL’s rising stars.
With 12 of the team's projected 22 starters for the upcoming season unearthed in the past three drafts, the Seahawks are staring at the opening of a three- to five-year window to compete for a Super Bowl.
Seahawks general manager John Schneider has mixed results drafting receivers during his tenure in Seattle.
They started as teammates at Al Davies Boys and Girls Club playing youth football, one a running back and the other, a year younger, an offensive guard.
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