5 Things To Watch For On Day 1 Of The NFL DraftWith the Cleveland Browns on the clock, let's take a look at some things to watch for tonight as the 2017 NFL Draft gets underway.
Walter Jones is the Greatest Seahawks Draft Pick of All TimeSeattle used their No. 6 overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft to select one of the most dominant Seahawks at his position of all time: Walter Jones.
Psalm Wooching On Choosing Rugby Over the NFLOn Wednesday, former UW linebacker Psalm Wooching joined CBS Radio's The Jake Brown Show and discussed why he wouldn't be waiting for the phone to ring this week during the NFL Draft.
NFL Teams Announcing Day 3 Draft Picks From Grand Canyon, A Zoo, And Outer SpaceThe NFL has announced that a number of teams will be revealing their draft picks from some unbelievable locations.
Building the Next Phase of the Seahawks Begins With DraftWhat Seattle needs is to rediscover the draft success from the early Schneider-Carroll years. The Seahawks need a draft more like 2012 when they landed five eventual starters including Wilson and Wagner, and fewer like 2013.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 3: Shaun AlexanderShaun Alexander was a huge part of Seattle's five-straight post seasons from 2003 to 2007, with over 1,500 carries and 6,600 yards rushing.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 6: Earl ThomasThomas, one of Pete Carroll's first picks for the Seahawks, has been widely regard as one of the best safeties in the league going into his seventh season.
Corey Chavous On NFL Draft: Watson To Browns At 12 Will Be First QB TakenCorey Chavous, former NFL Pro Bowler, discusses the 2017 NFL Draft, his DraftNasty.com ranking site and his own draft-day experience.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 10: Curt WarnerWarner’s rookie campaign was electric and brought life to the franchise that was coming off three consecutive losing seasons.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 11: Steve HutchinsonAn All-American guard out of the University of Michigan, Hutchinson slid in at left guard next to future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and helped solidify the Seahawks offensive lines as one of the most dominant units of the 2000s.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 12: Joey GallowayTaken with Seattle's first pick in 1995 out of Ohio State, Galloway burst on to the scene and set a franchise rookie record for most receptions (67) and yards (1,067).
Ranking The 12 Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks of All TimeHow do Seattle's recently-drafted stars compare to the Hall of Fame and franchise players of past drafts?