Washington's Sidney Jones Injures Left Leg in WorkoutsSidney Jones, a potential first-round draft pick, injured his left leg during defensive back drills in pro day workouts at the University of Washington on Saturday.
The Dallas Cowboys' Terrible DraftThe Dallas Cowboys picked Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliot with the fourth pick of the NFL Draft. And things went downhill from there.
Seahawks 2016 Draft Recap: Best MomentsJohn Schneider and Pete Carroll finished their seventh NFL draft together with an offense-heavy, 10-player group Carroll stressed is "full of talent."
Seahawks Draft Day 3: Seattle Adds DT Quinton Jefferson, RB Alex CollinsThe Seattle Seahawks traded up for the second time in this year's draft, selecting Maryland defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson 147th-overall.
Keidel: Like Dan Marino, Laremy Tunsil A Victim Of Embellished FearsLike the teams that passed on Marino, the teams that ignored Laremy Tunsil may have much explaining to do on judgement day.
Top NFL Draft Prospects By Position Still On The Board After Round 1As Day 2 of the NFL Draft approaches, there are some big names still on the board
2016 NFL Draft Live Blog: Seahawks EditionThe Seahawks open the first day of the draft with the 26th-overall pick
With 4 Top 100 picks, Seattle Hopes To Cash In On Deep DraftSeattle will have nine total picks when the draft begins on Thursday, including the No. 26 overall pick in the first round.
No Magic Formula For NFL Draft SuccessCarson Wentz and Jared Goff are the 2016 NFL Draft's twin cover boys. But the Rams and Eagles could whiff by picking either quarterback.
Time For Seahawks To Again Find Hidden GemsNo one will deny the successes in the NFL draft unearthed by John Schneider during his tenure as Seattle Seahawks general manager.
Will Trading Up Be Rams' Downfall?The Los Angeles Rams traded for the top pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, giving up many valuable draft picks. History shows this trade will fail.
Top 2016 NFL Draft Prospects: Wide Receiver Pool Is Deep; Treadwell Likely To Go FirstThere are a number of big time wide receivers available in the 2016 NFL Draft, but this year's class of prospects has a lot of other talent.